The Travelling Fox handwoven wrap by Rosemary (Rose) Riedel O’Brien, part of a new collection of woven pieces that as a whole form a mystical dream-like landscape. Each piece is entirely bespoke and these blankets and wraps aim to cocoon their wearers in the wonders of this myth-soaked land. To provide beauty, warmth and a sense of holding as we traverse the darker half of the year.
- Only 1 piece available, Handwoven in the UK
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- Dimensions: 219cm x 56cm (plus fringe)
- Care: cold hand wash only, dry flat.
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As always the materials used to create this collection are sourced as ethically and locally as possible, with a continued presence of fleece from the regeneratively grazed Embercombe flock.
Materials; Linen/cotton warp, British Blue Faced Leicester wool, British Suri Alpaca, wild harvested muga silk, Suffolk fleece, spun shetland in shade ‘berry’.
Rooted in sustainability, authenticity and wild creativity, Rosemary (Rose) Riedel O’Brien is a 23 year old Artist Maker living on the western edge of Dartmoor, Devon. In 2019 she completed a 6-month hand spinning and weaving apprenticeship with Imogen Di Sapia at Bright Moon Weaving Studio, Brighton. She has been developing her relationship with textiles and how they shape our identity for over 5 years now.
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