We’re crazy about recycling! Since 1996, we’ve been committed to making exceptional garments and goodies from all the post-consumer fabric we can get our eager little mitts on.
I create one of a kind and limited production seamlessly hand felted garments and accessories using both modern and ancient felting techniques.
I combine unique treatments and colors in leather and fabric using a hand-stitching machine typically used to make saddles and shoes. All my tools and techniques are manual and create a unique combination of rustic and refined.
Contemporary batik on cotton fabric.
High Quality Childrens Clothing with “altitude” handmade by me, high in the Rocky Mountains of Aspen, Colorado.
I first float paints on the surface of a tray of water. Then I pull combs through the water to move the paints into intricate patterns. Finally, I lay a sheet of silk on the water to absorb the floating design. Each piece I Marble is one of a kind due to the nature of the process.
For each piece, we start with white yarn and dye our colors using natural plant materials. The yarn is skeined, mordanted, dyed, balled and warped in preparation for weaving. Then the yarn is threaded onto the loom and woven into different patterns.
Combining the eye of a painter and the hands of an experienced textile artist Carol Sobieniak blends the art of traditional rug making with contemporary style.