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Woods Hall features woven items created in our studios, on looms of all types, shapes and sizes. We also sell designs from our weavers' own studios.
We stock a variety of rugs, from ones for your living room, to ones just the right size for the galley of your boat!
There are runners, and pillows, and ponchos, and shawls and scarves, too. You never know what you will find when you visit our shop!
Woods Hall keeps a colorful supply of warp on hand for weavers' use.
Warping a loom is not for the faint of heart.
Jason Collingwood, noted UK weaver, instructs a student during a workshop.
Teresa Loveless, from Weaving Southwest in Arroyo Seco, New Mexico, helps students in a workshop at Woods Hall.
Woods Hall features hand-thrown and hand-built pottery which has been designed, formed, glazed and fired in our own studio. We also sell unique designs from our potters' personal studios.
Items range from the functional, like teapots, mugs and tableware, to the decorative, sculptural and whimsical.
Woods Hall features hand-crafted jewelry. The materials, fabrication and design are limited only by the imagination of the designers.
Woods Hall features art-to-wear — hand-formed, hand-knitted, hand-crocheted, hand-woven, and designer-sewn. There's something for every taste!
Many of our island residents and friends are photographers, writers, painters and graphic artists. Woods Hall features cards, books and prints created by these talented individuals.
Woods Hall is proud to feature candles, soaps and scents made right here on Madeline Island.
Photo courtesy of Hannah Stonehouse Hudson
Woods Hall features yarn hand-spun and hand-dyed using wool from locally raised sheep.
Soon to be a provider of wool for locally spun and dyed yarn!
A community event with local school children involved.
The creative muses of our artisans defy arbitrary categories. "Other Wares" includes a wealth of fascinating and sometimes unexpected items!
And of course, what would a visit to Lake Superior's shore be without a search for beach rocks and other mementos of the trip?