Blue Multi-Colored Woven Swoop - Southern Highland Craft Guild Skip to content

The 75th Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands takes place Oct 13-16 at Harrah's Cherokee Center-Asheville. $10 tickets are available online and at the door during all four days of the fair. For more visit craftguild.org/craftfair. Sign up for our newsletter for the latest updates.

_______________________________________

Shopping Online with the Guild: We are currently upgrading our website. If you are experiencing technical difficulties while shopping with us online, please email [email protected] or call 828-298-7909 to place your order. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your support!

Blue Multi-Colored Woven Swoop

Darla Beverage

$145.00

Blue infinity swoop, handwoven on Darla Beverage’s loom, yarn by yarn.  Each piece has been washed and is hand washable.

How to wear a swoop video.

  • One size fits most
  • Rayon and cotton
  • Hand wash
  • Made in TN

 

In stock

Description

“My clothing is woven on two looms in my living room using rayon, cotton, linen, silk and other yarns. From intricate pattern-weaving through tapestries, most of my work became clothing, and it is now my concentration. I focus on color and texture, beating lightly to enhance drape. I construct garments using designs that I create and traditional patterns that I modify. Fringe adds movement and carries forward the folk lore of protection. I work to balance loom-produced yardage with body shapes for best fit and wearability.”

 

Darla Beverage

I focus on color and texture using rayon, cotton, linen, and silk, beating lightly to enhance drape. I construct garments using designs that I create and traditional patterns that I modify. Fringe adds movement and carries forward the folk lore of protection. All are hand washable. You are welcome to contact me. [email protected]

Description

“My clothing is woven on two looms in my living room using rayon, cotton, linen, silk and other yarns. From intricate pattern-weaving through tapestries, most of my work became clothing, and it is now my concentration. I focus on color and texture, beating lightly to enhance drape. I construct garments using designs that I create and traditional patterns that I modify. Fringe adds movement and carries forward the folk lore of protection. I work to balance loom-produced yardage with body shapes for best fit and wearability.”

 

You may also like…

Scroll To Top