What types of Materials do you use?
Baby Alpaca, Merino, Silk, Linen, Cashmere, Camel, Llama, Shetland
How do I take care of my Wildrose Textiles?
Dry clean, Hand wash, or use Hand Wash/Wool setting on a dependable washing machine. Hand Wash specifics: Soak item in luke-warm water with delicate soap. Squeeze, don’t ring out excess water. Roll in a towel. Briefly toss in dryer on low heat for about 5 minutes or less. Lay out on a smooth surface to finish air drying. Steam press if necessary. ENJOY
What is your return policy?
If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, please let us know within 7 days of receiving the order. We will easily exchange or refund your order upon receipt of the returned merchandise. We want to help you find something that is perfect for you.
Free shipping always, both ways.
What kind of loom do you use?
AVL Loom, made in the USA.
60" Width, double fly-shuttle loom capable of producing 50 + yards per design.
What's your studio like?
The studio is a timber frame construction built of locally milled pine, complete with walnut pegs in mortice & tenon joints. It was designed to take advantage of the endless sunlight here in northern Colorado.
what if an item is out of stock?
Please email me to let me know you're interested in a specific color & size and I will let you know when they are available.
Wildrose Textiles donates a portion of our profits to HEIFER INTERNATIONAL.
We chose FIBER/Milk animals including Sheep, Goats & Llamas to gift to those in need through this worldwide project which was founded 70 years ago.
- Bachelor of Science degree in Textiles & Design from the University of Vermont.
- Apprenticeship: Intensive work with a Master Weaver producing many yards of cloth for the Smithsonian Museum and for reenactment costumes. All fabrics were made with historical accuracy to the most demanding requirements.
- “Strict attention to detail”, was the founding principle of this work.