Cloth Tone is a two-woman project based out of the Okanagan. Larissa Beringer and Lindsay Lorraine are Vancouver transplants who met when they moved to the Okanagan with their partners and bonded over their shared love for textiles and the slow cloth movement.
The shawls are handmade on a loom in their Okanagan studio, from North American sourced merino wool and linen. These can be worn as scarves, used as table runners, etc., and are meant to last for generations.
All Cloth Tone pieces we carry are part of a special collaboration between Cloth Tone and The Polygon - the colourways used in the shawls for example are based on the Kodachrome colours, and are a nod to traditional photographic processes.