Scarves and Shawls

Handwoven scarves and shawls are the perfect way to add a touch of woven elegance or some extra warmth to any outfit. From fancy handwoven shawls perfect for a night on the town to warm and wooly handwoven scarves, we’ve got you covered.


“Wanda Plaid” Scarf

Description A friend of my wife gave me 2 hand wound balls of pink wool that I may weave something for her. I could not make anything just pink so I went and got some Burgundy wool matching size to the wool she gave me. As I just got my “new” used loom, I thought…


Rainbow Scarf

Description I started this handwoven scarf project as the Nancy Paterson Hearts ‘n Bones Scarf, but changed it just a little…. Difficulty Easy  


Pink Tartan scarf

Description The colors and pattern are my own design. The tartan was designed using a free tartan design generator program, found at  if you’d like to make your own tartan! On loom measurement: 12.3″ wide by 72″ long. Difficulty Intermediate  

Moms Birthday Scarf

Mom’s Birthday Scarf

Description My second time weaving a scarf on a four shaft loom, it was woven for my mother’s birthday. I warped the loom to produce two scarves at 9″ in reed and about 80″ long, with 10″ twisted fringe. The photo was taken fresh off the loom before fabric finishing. Difficulty Easy  


Ondulé weaving with fan reed

Ondulé weaving with home made fan reed Multicolored warp – 9 different space dyed skeins –  bourette silk weft space dyed bourette silk woven in plain weave that shows lengthwise wavy pattern the best   Woven for a shawl  Hand dyed, handwoven by Vesna Pleše  


Shadow Weave – Organic Cotton Scarf

My first attempt at shadow weave I didn't quite get the shadows right (see the black & white crosses).  After exploring shadow weave further I learnt how to place the shadows exactly where I want them (see the squares and the pink & black crosses). I wish I could find a copy of Marion Powell's…


Overshot bouclé scarf

This is my first overshot piece. I used cotton/viscose yarns for warp, and a bouclé yarn for weft. The draft I chose is "Wandering vine" from Marguerite Davison´s book.


Blooming Flower Scarf – 4 Shaft

Woven on my 4-shaft compact leclerc  floor loom.  I designed this handwoven scarf pattern.  Although it’s a relatively simple repeat, I still had to stay very focused when weaving. If I mixed up where I was, it was difficult to find again. I was running out of stash, so I wove it using 2/8 mercerized cotton.…


Silk, 8-shaft

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Hand-Painted Turned Taquete Shawls in Silk Noil

This beautiful 8-shaft turned taquete shawl by Susan du Bois and Sandra Hutton is sure to make you stand out from the crowd. Woven from hand-dyed silk noil, this stunner has all the elegance and features you love and expect from silk for a fraction of the price of reeled silk. A similar deflected doubleweave…