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Custom Shawls: Made to Order

£51.00 - £360.00
  • Custom Shawls: Made to Order
  • Custom Shawls: Made to Order
  • Custom Shawls: Made to Order
  • Custom Shawls: Made to Order
  • Custom Shawls: Made to Order

Textiles are cloaks of connection. They can become second skins, offering comfort, warmth and connection.

I have been working intimately with commissioned works for over 4 years. It is my souls calling to translate intention, sentimentality and meaning into a woven item. And working with someone to co-create a piece for them, imbued with their story and symbolism is a beautiful and inspiring process.

This service allows me to create a bespoke Hand Spun and Hand Woven Shawl tailored to the individual. This Custom design service offers you the option to co-design your personalised piece, weaving in your intentions for your Wrap.

You will choose the tones, textures, symbolism and meaning behind each thread.

Once you have paid a deposit or in full for your piece, I will email a set of questions that will form the foundations of the Weaving.

Dimensions (all dimensions are approximate, please allow for the changeability and unpredictability of hand craft and organic materials)

Small; width: 45cm, length; 200cm
Medium; width; 58cm, length; 210cm
Large; width; 70cm, length; 215cm

Custom sizes are also available.

Lead time; 4-8 weeks

Please note that I will be resuming work on the loom from September onwards. I am currently accepting small deposits to secure a place for a commissioned piece once I return, you can email be directly to arrange this.

Prices of individual commissions may vary or change alongside the crafting process, in agreement with the customer.

Split Payment Options are available. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like this option.

'I have one of Rose's very special Shawls. Wearing such a meaningful piece imbued with the energy of vast Landscapes, reindeer bones, and connection wraps me in comfort and brings me Home. It is one I will cherish forever.'
- Extract from Heidi Strubles testimonial