Lesley Armstrong's passion for weaving is sustained by “endless delight in the physical nature of this medium—you are building cloth from humble little strands of yarn and the element of surprise is always present when you shift and push the weaving and finishing limits.” Armstrong acknowledges that the colours and textures of a Maritime environment play a key role in the choice of the subtle, restrained hues that she uses. Seaweed, rocks, tidal pools, moss, and woodlands are some of the sources of inspiration for her work.  Equally fascinating are possibilities offered by New and innovative yarns from Japan, Europe, and South America offer when they are manipulated in the weaving and finishing processes.

Armstrong Textiles designs and produces fashions and interior furnishings that are sold in apparel boutiques, art museum shops, craft galleries, and interior design stores.  The fashions, which lean toward a European design sensibility, include accessories such as scarves and wraps and  a select apparel line including tops, tunics, and jackets made in collaboration with Halifax fashion designers Kate Delmage and Meghan Marentette.

  • Ragamuffin Scarf Charcoal/Chartreuse by Armstrong Fox Textiles - Fire Opal - 1
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    Ragamuffin Scarf Charcoal/Chartreuse by Armstrong Fox Textiles

    $110.00

    • Ragamuffin Scarf in Charcoal/Chartreuse by Armstrong Textiles
      100% Alpaca Wool
      Hand wash in cool water, lay flat to dry. Or dry clean.

      Handmade in Nova Scotia.
    • Armstrong's passion for weaving is sustained by ° › endless delight in the physical nature of this medium ° › “you are building cloth from humble little strands of yarn and the element of surprise is always present when you shift and push the weaving and finishing limits. °Û Armstrong acknowledges that the colours and textures of a Maritime environment play a key role in the choice of the subtle, restrained hues that she uses. Seaweed, rocks, tidal pools, moss, and woodlands are some of the sources of inspiration for her work. Equally fascinating are possibilities offered by New and innovative yarns from Japan, Europe, and South America offer when they are manipulated in the weaving and finishing processes.
    • We accept returns or exchanges within 10 business days of the date your order was delivered. Sale items are final sale. Shipping costs and are non-refundable. Please visit our "Service Page" for our full returns and exchange policy.
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  • Ragamuffin Scarf Charcoal/Wildflower Blue by Armstrong Fox Textiles - Fire Opal - 1
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    Armstrong Fox Textiles

    Ragamuffin Scarf Charcoal/Wildflower Blue by Armstrong Fox Textiles

    $110.00

    • Ragamuffin Scarf in Charcoal/Wildflower Blue by Armstrong Textiles
      100% Alpaca Wool
      Hand wash in cool water, lay flat to dry. Or dry clean.

      Handmade in Nova Scotia.
    • Armstrong's passion for weaving is sustained by ° › endless delight in the physical nature of this medium ° › “you are building cloth from humble little strands of yarn and the element of surprise is always present when you shift and push the weaving and finishing limits. °Û Armstrong acknowledges that the colours and textures of a Maritime environment play a key role in the choice of the subtle, restrained hues that she uses. Seaweed, rocks, tidal pools, moss, and woodlands are some of the sources of inspiration for her work. Equally fascinating are possibilities offered by New and innovative yarns from Japan, Europe, and South America offer when they are manipulated in the weaving and finishing processes.
    • We accept returns or exchanges within 10 business days of the date your order was delivered. Sale items are final sale. Shipping costs and are non-refundable. Please visit our "Service Page" for our full returns and exchange policy.
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  • Bark Scarf Charcoal/Wildflower Blue by Armstrong Fox Textiles
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    Armstrong Fox Textiles

    Bark Scarf Charcoal/Wildflower Blue by Armstrong Fox Textiles

    $138.00

    • Bark Scarf Charcoal/Wildflower Blue by Armstrong Textiles

      100% Alpaca Wool

      Hand wash in cool water, lay flat to dry. Or dry clean.

      Handmade in Nova Scotia.

    • Armstrong's passion for weaving is sustained by ° › endless delight in the physical nature of this medium ° › “you are building cloth from humble little strands of yarn and the element of surprise is always present when you shift and push the weaving and finishing limits. °Û Armstrong acknowledges that the colours and textures of a Maritime environment play a key role in the choice of the subtle, restrained hues that she uses. Seaweed, rocks, tidal pools, moss, and woodlands are some of the sources of inspiration for her work. Equally fascinating are possibilities offered by New and innovative yarns from Japan, Europe, and South America offer when they are manipulated in the weaving and finishing processes.
    • We accept returns or exchanges within 10 business days of the date your order was delivered. Sale items are final sale. Shipping costs and are non-refundable. Please visit our "Service Page" for our full returns and exchange policy.
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  • Bark Scarf Charcoal/Espresso by Armstrong Fox Textiles
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    Armstrong Fox Textiles

    Bark Scarf Charcoal/Espresso by Armstrong Fox Textiles

    $138.00

    • Bark Scarf Charcoal/Espresso by Armstrong Textiles

      100% Alpaca Wool

      Hand wash in cool water, lay flat to dry. Or dry clean.

      Handmade in Nova Scotia.

    • Armstrong's passion for weaving is sustained by ° › endless delight in the physical nature of this medium ° › “you are building cloth from humble little strands of yarn and the element of surprise is always present when you shift and push the weaving and finishing limits. °Û Armstrong acknowledges that the colours and textures of a Maritime environment play a key role in the choice of the subtle, restrained hues that she uses. Seaweed, rocks, tidal pools, moss, and woodlands are some of the sources of inspiration for her work. Equally fascinating are possibilities offered by New and innovative yarns from Japan, Europe, and South America offer when they are manipulated in the weaving and finishing processes.
    • We accept returns or exchanges within 10 business days of the date your order was delivered. Sale items are final sale. Shipping costs and are non-refundable. Please visit our "Service Page" for our full returns and exchange policy.
    Visit product page