Tiny Expo #2 – Saturday, December 9th

・Ori・Väv・Weave・

Blending the beauty and wisdom of Japanese, Swedish and American weaving techniques to create heirloom textiles for your home. ~ Taeko & Tammy

Tammy studied weaving and textiles at Vävstuga Swedish Weaving School in Massachusetts.  Her Swedish Cottolin Squares invite you to enjoy their color and texture daily –  be it in a basket, as a napkin or to wash your face or the dishes.  The sachets and pillows are filled with balsam or lavender and will bring a calm for decades to come.

We are looking forward to sharing our heirloom handwovens at

Tiny Expo!

Saturday, December 9, 2017 * 11am-5:30pm

Downtown Ann Arbor District Library

Tiny Expo * Saturday, December 9th

・Ori・Väv・Weave・

We are looking forward to sharing our heirloom handwovens with you this Saturday at

Tiny Expo!

Saturday, December 9, 2017 * 11am-5:30pm

Downtown Ann Arbor District Library

 

 

 

Taeko studied weaving and home arts in Japan .  Shown above are her beautiful heirloom handwovens.  Her velvet lined scarves, cheerful cottolin rectangles, and Smålandsväv ornaments are beautiful, unique and one-of-a-kind.  All of Taeko’s weavings shown above will be available at Tiny Expo.