Silk · Wool · Eucalyptus

work in progress

Eco-Printed Blanket, I am letting the eco-printing set and age before the final rinse.
Mulberry Silk from Bombyx, India, New Zealand Merino Wool and a mix of Eucalyptus Leaves.

blended and handspun yarn from India.
eco-printed and handwoven in the Texas Hill Country.

Natural Hand Loomed Cotton

Woven · Texture · Dyed · Printed
Floor loom woven American natural cotton. 2/3 of the textile was woven with a texture cotton yarn. Afterwards it was dyed with marigold flowers. The dyeing was graduated from dark to light, starting with the texture to smooth. Lastly it was lightly eco-dyed with some leaves. Finished size 24″x104″ (64X260 cm) with a 3″ hand twisted fringe.

Eco-Printed Throws

Some New Spring Weight Eco-Printed Natural Cotton Throws.
Floor loom woven throws with natural American cotton. Eco-printed with marigold’s from Arnosky Family Farms that I pickup just a few weeks ago. These woven throws might be the perfect items for the Llano Earth Art Fest coming up this March 11-13, 2022.

Linen Scarf

Floor loom woven linen yarn. Eco-dyed with some leaves from my backyard and finally dipped in a madder root dye bath.Imported Linen, Eco-Dyed & Madder Dyed. Approximately 24″x100″ not counting the fringe.

Road Trip for Marigolds.

I took a drive out to Arnosky Family Farms this morning.
Picked up a buckets of Marigolds.
Offerings for Dia de los Muertos, Diwali and of coarse Marigolds for dyeing.
I have already some natural cotton blank blankets ready to be Eco-dye.


A bolt of loom woven cotton and some fresh flowers from our local florist.
I will be eco-dyeing the newly woven cloth, then cutting and hand finishing it into scarves.