Sunday, October 30, 2011
Friday, October 28, 2011
Monday, October 24, 2011
Thursday, October 6, 2011
This Tangerine Salmon Silk Scarf is dyed in orange, tangerine with a bit of deep red. I also used black for contrast. The black created soft blues and greens.
It is habotai silk or mostly known as china silk which is smooth with a soft sheen.
This is one of the "in" colors according to the Pantone fashion colors 2011. I like to always play with the forcast colors. These are warm feminine colors that can be worn with all your Autumn color wardrobe. This is a great color for the season as it echos the colors of the changing leaves. It is a great size with many options as it is pretty long and can be double tied around the neck.
Each scarf is signed on the lower left-hand corner and Puerto Rico on the right..
Size: 14 x 72 inches * 35.56 x 182.88 cm
For more Yellow/Orange Scarves:
Each scarf is individually hand dyed making it one of a kind due to the process used.
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
These colors remind me of Cranberry Sauce, a yummy food and a fabulous color that I will be sharing with my family over the Holidays. These colors are wonderful Festive colors. This Cranberry Orange Hand Dyed Silk Scarf will take you through the Season with a great Splash of Color ... as a neck scarf or around your waist and most definitely as a headband for a quick ... WOW ... color. Red is paired with a bit of Orange and a bit of black for sharp contrast. Spaces of white add a feeling of sparkle next to the dark colors.
It is in Chiffon Silk which has a grainy texture and a wonderful drape.
Size: 11 x 60 inches 27.9 x 152.4 cm
See more Coral/Red Silk Scarves: http://www.etsy.com/shop/SilkMari?section_id=6702668
This scarf is sign on the lower left-hand corner and Puerto Rico on the right. Each scarf is individually hand dyed making it one of a kind due to the process used.