Semi-Custom: Intertidal - trådverk

Semi-Custom: Intertidal

This is a deposit on a handwoven semi-custom piece. Please read the product description carefully before making the purchase.

Intertidal is made of 100% eri silk from a community project in Maghalaya. This warp yarn is a perfect combination of the softness of cashmere and the strength of silk. It was painted with walnut husks, indigo, madder root, and buckthorn bark .

The finished fabric is perfect for baby wraps, blankets, shawls, cowls, ponchos, and more. An example shawl of Intertidal with some of the available twill variations is shown in the gallery.

Once you reserved a spot on Intertidal, we'll discuss weft fibre options and colours. I'll email you, or you can send me a message through my Facebook page.


Weft Fibre Options

Base price per metre dyed warp at 80cm woven width is 2.000SEK. Wefts and details are charged in addition at the following prices:

Design Fee
Full Custom: 500 SEK; Semi Custom: 400 SEK

Weft prices per woven m are ranging from 350SEK (merino and silk) to 600SEK (cashmere). A complete list of all available weft option can be downloaded here.

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Extras

Fringe is charged at warp price per meter. For example, 30cm loose fringe would cost 600 SEK per end, and would result in roughly 25cm of twisted fringe.
Fringe twisting, per end: 250 SEK; braiding, per end: 500 SEK; beading, per end: 200 SEK
Handspun inlays, per area (e.g. per tail, per middle marker), 100SEK
Italian ladder, 250SEK
Soumak braid, 150SEK
Colour blocking, per area (e.g. tail, middle marker), 400SEK
Embroidery, enquire
Hand sewn hem stitch, free of charge

After care service

My handwovens are made to last a lifetime. But sometimes life can be rough, and a thread gets pulled and breaks, or your dog attempts to eat the fringe. Therefore, I offer a free repairs service for my handwovens for a year after purchase.

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Washing Instructions

You can use the wool wash program of your washing machine, or gently wash by hand in lukewarm water using detergent or soap for wool and silk. Gently squeeze the suds through the fabric, taking care not to rub the fabric too much, and avoid steep changes in water temperature as this may cause shrinkage. Rinse the garment in clean water, squeezing gently without twisting or wringing. A short light spin in the washing machine will help remove most of the water. Dry naturally away from direct heat such as radiators and sunlight. Never use a tumble dryer! Press whilst damp, or with steam at medium setting to bring out the softness and lustre of silk.

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