peach tussah silk scarf

April 29, 2016

The silk takes the dye beautifully. This is tussah silk from silk worms that eat wild mulberry leaves. The result is a honey colored fabric.

Scarves for the Woman who wants to look great with minimal effort
I am a designer of one of a kind scarves for the woman who wants to look great with minimal effort. Silk, linen, cotton and wool scarves are woven for me, un dyed, by fair trade weavers near the east coast of India. When I receive them, I dye them with Indigo and other natural dyes.

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