Dyeing the yarn prior to weaving, gives the resulting fabric a beautiful and unique finish, with variations occuring in both the warp and weft.
New earrings up in the shop. Click!
These earrings combine jatoba wood, copper, and sterling silver. At nearly three inches in length, their dramatic scale is complimented by their simplicity. A light coating of wax brings out the color and grain in the wood.
My father kindly planed down some jatoba and curly maple scraps scavenged from his wood shop. From there I've sanded them smooth and will apply several coats of wax to bring out the color and grain of the wood. They are lightweight and beautiful in their simplicity.