Hand-dyed and handwoven scarves

Loominarias scarves are light and silky and wonderful to touch. Handcrafted from hand-dyed tencel in unique, vibrant colorways, these luxurious fashion items are handwoven in a variety of original and traditional twill patterns.

Dyed and woven by fiber artists Carrie May and Mindy McCain, each scarf or shawl is a unique product of pattern and color, blending together to create a luminescent, colorful work of art. The tencel fiber makes them easy to care for — simply hand wash in the sink with regular detergent, hang or dry flat, and finish by steam pressing to restore the softness and shine.

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Loominarias shawls and scarves are available at art fairs throughout the Midwest, or contact the artists to see what colors and patterns are currently available.

Find Us, 2017

We had a fantastic show this year at the Smithsonian Craft Show. The artists are all exquisite. We are very honored to have been included in the show. www.smithsoniancraftshow.org

We are also pleased to be showing this fall at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond (VA) 53rd Annual Craft + Design Show on November 17-19, 2017. Hope to see you there!

And this will be our 7th year at Columbus Winterfair, sponsored by Ohio Designer Craftsmen -- www.ohiocraft.org. It is the perfect place to do all your holiday shopping and support talented artists. Be there!

Introducing Iridescent Fibers online!

Carrie May is now selling her hand-dyed Tencel scarf warps online!

Visit Iridescent Fibers at http://mkt.com/iridescent-fibers

Available in 3.5 and 7-yard lengths, these warps have 208 ends with a cross at both ends. The 3.5-yard warp, sleyed at 24 epi, can produce an 8" wide scarf woven 85" long (plus fringe). The 7-yard warp can produce 2 scarves. You can also put 2 warps together in the reed to create a wider scarf or shawl, or mix in solid color stripes to create a beautiful effect. Or split the 3.5-yard warp in half and weave two 4" wide scarves.

View the many scarves on this web site to see handwoven examples.

Contact Carrie at iridescentfibers@gmail.com for more information.