Kara Taub received her training at the Middlesex University in England. After receiving her degree in Constructed Textiles in 1996 she established her own studio based weaving practice in London, which was then her home. Having moved back her native Los Angeles in November 2002, she continues to develop new ideas in fabric. In addition to producing her own ranges of wearable accessories and fabrics for the home, she undertakes commissions of woven art, ceremonial pieces, and industrial fabrics for private and commercial clients.
She has exhibited internationally including at Indigo in Paris, The Jewish Museum, New Designers, and Decorex in London, and The Whitworth Gallery in Manchester, UK. Her work has received recognition from Country Living magazine and she was a winner of the Liberty "One Off" craft competition sponsored by the UK retailer.

Color and quality of fabric are the key features that distinguish Kara Taub Fabrics. Rouched scarves are highly textured and constructed for maximum fluidity of movement. Rich colors have always appealed, and contrasts of light/dark, bright/pale, shinny/matte, are important features in her collections.
A variety of fibers are used in fabric designs. Silk is a favorite either on its own or blended with rayon or wool. 100% cotton is used for a lightweight easy care fabric, and Baby Alpaca is blended with merino wool or silk to produce luxurious shawls and throws. In addition Kara Taub Woven Fabric Collection includes blankets, tableware, ponchos, large shawls, cushions, and eye pillows.