This beautiful runner was inspired by Louise's memories as a young girl riding the train from New Haven to Hartford each week to attend Oak Hill School for the blind. The repeating pattern in black represents the train tracks. The warm rusts, golds, pale orange and mauve and highlights of pale blue on one edge contrasted with the deeper blue, mauve and rose with a bit of pale gold and ivory on the other edge represent her memories of sunrise and sunset. This runner is woven in a summer and winter design meaning that the intricate woven pattern is opposite from one side to the other. This lovely piece in cotton is finished with a fringe that highlights the beautiful and interesting range of colors.
12" x 56"
This runner was hand woven by one of our artisans, Louise. To learn more about Louise and what she loves about the Weaving Center, click here.
Inspired Cotton Runner
Care InstructionsMachine wash & dry (or hang to dry)