Meandering - Rust and Indigo Silk Scarf


This rust printed and indigo dyed silk scarf has a delightful spontaneity in the meandering free form shibori patterns and rust markings on an indigo blue background. It reminds me of the play of light on moving water and floating leaves as you catch glimpses of waving weeds below the surface.
The free form shibori of stitching and binding brings a wabi sabi aesthetic to a wearable piece. With lot's of sweet little details that draw your eye in to playful contemplation, it would be a lovely piece to wear when you have time on your hands, like waiting in an airport or traveling.
This is a large but lightweight silk scarf with a soft ethereal drape. It can be worn looped, knotted, draped, hooded or as a light shawl. Wear this large sized scarf in a variety of ways - silk offers warmth in winter and coolness in the summer.


Measurements: 92 inches long by 21 inches wide

Fibre content: 100% lightweight silk habotai.

Stitching: Hand hemmed by the artist using 100% silk thread

Care instructions: Wash by hand in cool or warm water using a mild soap or a small bit of mild shampoo. Hang to dry, and iron if you