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the scarves of summer

My scarf babies are all labeled and packed in the car ready to debut at the Driftless Area Art Festival.

this weekend.   Here is a little preview of what I have been doing all summer.  Hope to see you there!

collapse weave scarves, colors inspired by the dunes of the Leelanua Peninsula of Michigan.

midnight mobius wrap.

bamboo twill scarves


scarf piles make me happy

Dune scarves before and after collapsing. The weft is Habu Textiles cotton crepe which shrinks 30% when placed in water.

affectionately named “Demented Clown”

sunlight dancing through the reed and heddles

By |2017-09-16T04:28:08+00:00September 16th, 2017|Fairs and Festivals, Handwoven|2 Comments


  1. Mollie Martinek September 17, 2017 at 3:40 pm - Reply

    These are beautiful scarves. How long have you been weaving?

    • Angela Feltes September 23, 2017 at 12:39 am - Reply

      Thanks Mollie. Weaving is the only thing I felt intimidated enough to take a class in and that was at Sievers in 2000. I have been doing art fairs with my weaving for about 10 years. So much more to learn!

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