I wish I could say I own this one too, but it was on loan from E. She has an amazing stash that is now in the process of being destashed (so keep your eyes open, this one might be for sale soon) As you might have guessed this is the Lucy Slykerman, it is a 100% cotton twill weave in a size 5. Gray purple and blue stripes in a combination of diamond and squiggly (which I'm sure is in fact the technical term) patterns, with a blessing thread middle marker. It is as you can see for yourself, absolutely gorgeous.
This is my first experience with a higher-end handwoven and it's really hard not to get jaded from all other wraps. I could conceivably, if I had a stash, sell it all to fund one handwoven like this one, I wish I could keep this one. Don't get me wrong, there are great machine woven wraps out there, lots of them, and I plan to get back to some more of them, but there is just a deeper connection with a handwoven wrap. You (or maybe it's just me) can feel that human hands crafted them and as wonderful as machined wraps are, you can't beat that feeling.