WovenByCarol

Affordable, colorful handwoven goods

Brooklyn, New York
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Announcement    SAME DAY SHIPPING! Order by 3pm Eastern Mon-Fri and I'll get it to the post office by 5pm that day.

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Last updated on Sep 29, 2022

SAME DAY SHIPPING! Order by 3pm Eastern Mon-Fri and I'll get it to the post office by 5pm that day.

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About WovenByCarol

Sales 202
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Inspired by Color and Texture

Carol Steuer has loved textiles since her grandmother taught her to sew when she was 8 years old. After spending years making her own clothes, her sister-in-law gave her a quilting starter kit and it was an eye-opener. Carol became an avid art quilter and had quilts accepted to juried shows in Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Columbus, Ohio; Knoxville, Tennessee; and Des Moines, Iowa. Two of her quilts won an honorable mention award and she was a third-place winner in the 2011 American Batik Design Competition sponsored by the Republic of Indonesia.

Over the past ten years, Carol has taken various fashion and textile design classes at the Fashion Institute of Technology, but when her neighbor suggested a weaving class, she was hooked! She loves combining colors and textures with a weaving pattern that will make each item sing. Carol has a weaving studio in the Gowanus section of Brooklyn and is the president of the NY Guild of Handweavers.

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  • Carol Steuer

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    Carol Steuer weaves everything in the Gowanus section of Brooklyn and is the president of the NY Guild of Handweavers.

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