Monday, February 10, 2014

Creative Customers: Mary Ann's Woven Worms

Take a look at this amazing jacket made by Navajo weaver Mary Ann Oneal!

This jacket was woven using our wooly worms -- the selvage trimmed from blankets before they are finished with binding or whipstitching.

Wooly worms arrive nearly every week from our two Pacific Northwest woolen mills. Colors vary depending on what they've been working on at the mill. Visit the store to pick out your own worms, or give us a call and we'll happily ship you a box of assorted wooly worms!


Michelle said...

That is gorgeous! Will she be making them to sell in your stores?

Anonymous said...

Beautiful coat. I would love to see her technique and an up close of the weave..

maryflaum said...

please ask her to teach a class for us