This velvet infinity scarf features exquisite embroidery from M Guegain & Sons. The fabric is made on 18th century looms. Aqua and Chocolate are the colors that define this limited edition scarf by Jane Porter.
This silk velvet infinity scarf was created by a fabric embroidered with an 18th century design by M Guegain & Sons in northern France. It is lined with aqua silk crepe fabric to compliment the embroidery on the brown silk velvet. Cut on the bias to ensure a fantastic drape, the scarf can be washed and dried on a delicate cycle. The double twist allows one to arrange the colors in different ways. Just put it on and go.
The cowl can also be worn as a headband for a chic look. Comfortable, easy care, and travel friendly for the woman who wants to look great with minimal effort. It makes a wonderful gift, too.
Silk Velvet: 18% Silk, 82% Rayon, Silk Crepe
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This 50% silk 50% merino wool wrap will keep you warm on a chilly evening. Woven by fair trade artisans, I dyed the fabric with a mix of Logwood natural dye and soda ash. The wrap was clamped with metal objects and dipped indigo to create the patterns.
Dimensions: 60" Long without the Fringe, 23" Wide
The shawl is hand woven in a fair trade village in India. The weaver incorporated inlaid linear designs throughout the shawl. I dyed the lavender hue with logwood and cochineal mixed in the same pot. The blue pattern is created by shibori clamping and dyeing it in an indigo vat. Washable, colorfast.
Dimensions: 76" Long, 24" Wide
Eucalyptus branches float among swirls of mint green and lavender watercolor washes on this large silk scarf. The matching greeting card features a high quality paper envelope with a matching liner. The scarf is long and wide and can be worn as a wedding wrap, infinity scarf, head scarf, and sarong. It is washable and travels easily. All the sale proceeds will be donated to our local school that educates students with autism.
Dimensions: 77" long by 25" wide