Here are two images of this fab scarf – my first experimental foray into stamping and painting on silk. This scarf is one of the Habotai silks Ken and I hand-dyed recently using natural dyes – in this case, marigold, tesu and indigo. The indigo was layered on using an ancient Shibori technique.
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I’m showing you the enhanced photo image (left) as well as the original (right). The enhanced image shows the details of the paint detail better; the original shows the true colors of the scarf better.
This scarf has been sold, but I am taking orders for our next creative dye weekend here at Casa Encantada. Let me know if you’d like to commission a custom creation!
Prices ranges from $30 to $60. Just to give you an idea, this one sold for $45. Scarves measure 13 x 56 inches, a perfect length for a variety of draping approaches. The weight is perfect for summer or winter wear. It has a beautiful drape and flow, along with a lustrous and luxurious shine.
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