Fine Linens Collection
All of my handwoven linens are meant to be used. Tablecloths, table runners, hand towels, some in classic swedish blue and white and some in cheerful, bright colors, can change the look of a table or room in an instant. Several of the pieces below were woven at Vavstuga on a drawloom or in Vavstuga Treasures workshops. Others I designed and wove at home on either my 100cm or 135cm Glimakra loom.
Blue and white Opphanta table square on the drawloom at Vavstuga.
Detail of blue and white Opphanta table square.
On the loom at Vavstuga
Linen yarn for loom woven leno
Leno weave woven on the loom with dupes
Leno weave woven on the loom with dupes, before washing
Leno weave woven on the loom with dupes, after washing
Woven at Vavstuga Weaving School in Nordic Classics
Overshot table square - "Babro's Dalldrall" -in cotton. Woven at Vavstuga Weaving School
Opphanta wall hanging in cotton and linen on the drawloom; reverse view. (vavstuga)
Detail of Opphanta wall hanging.
Woven with 8 shafts/8 treadles with linen warp and weft
Woven in Cotton and linen
Opphanta drawloom patterns with cotton warp and linen weft. (Vavstuga)
Cotton tablecloth with monks belt detal. (Vavstuga)
Linen damask table square (Vavstuga).
Singles linen, woven at Vavstuga Seed to Linen class.
Monskbelt runner in linen and wool woven in Vavstuga Swedish Classics class.
Monks belt runner in cotton.
Hand towels in 16/2 cotton.
Cottolin hand towels in cottolin. (Vavstuga)
Hand towels in cotton and singles linen.
Boundweave (Gubbatacke) in wool woven at Vavstuga Weft-face Weaves class.