Peacock Red, Burnt Orange, Teal Green Itajime Silk Seersucker

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Peacock Red, Burnt Orange, Teal Green Itajime Silk Seersucker

140.00

Add some color to your life and drape this around your shoulders or wrapped around your neck.

Starting with a white rectangle of silk seersucker, I folded the fabric using an itajime shibori method of resist then dyed multiple times with different colors until I ended up with the result you see here.

One of my favorite things about using shibori techniques are the unexpected patterns that occur from resists. Each twist and tie makes a new unique pattern for you to wear and you can continue to explore how to wear the scarf for years!

I usually work with silk or silk-like fabrics because I enjoy how in the summer the fabrics breathe easy against the skin, while in the winter the bright colors of the dye bring light to an otherwise dull day.

Length: 56.5" x Width: 14.5"

Materials: Silk Seersucker, Acid Dyes, Wooly Nylon

Care Instructions: Hand Wash in Cold Water or Dry Clean

Inventory #: LS 164

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