HELLO & WELCOME!
Erin Barrett is a fiber artist and textile designer based out of her home studio in Charleston, South Carolina. Soon after becoming a self taught weaver, what once started out as a hobby, quickly turned into a small business that continues to grow. Following the purchase of her 70's, ranch style, "fixer-upper" home, she realized that interior decor and design was another passion of hers. Through her work, Erin hopes to bring color, happiness and inspiration into the homes of others with each handmade piece she creates.
Photo by Pale Girl Photography
The sunwoven family
Originally from Alabama, Abby completed her degree in Studio Art with a concentration in painting at the College of Charleston. Abby is a part time florist, part time weaver, full time sugar addict.
Photo by Olivia Rae James
Seamtress & Production Assistant
Nina has always loved to sew, using it as a way to express her creativity. She especially enjoys learning from and collaborating with other artists, which is what brought her to Sunwoven. Nina grew up all over the country, but currently resides in Charleston where she spends her free time running her Etsy shop Bindhi and Brutus, completing her MBA, and exploring the Holy City.
Eliza Hunter is a third generation fiber artist from St. Simons Island, Georgia. Her mother and grandmother taught her to sew and knit at an early age and Eliza took off from there. She went on to study fibers and textiles at the Savannah College of Art and Design, where she recently graduated with her BFA. Eliza loves creating objects with both function and beauty and is constantly exploring new ideas and techniques.