Peach Silk Linen Scarf
Woven in a fair trade village near the east coast of India, this silk linen scarf crinkles when washed. It can also be ironed flat. The peach color was created by a mix of cochineal and osage natural dyes. It can also be worn as a shawl and cowl. Goes with both casual and formal dress.
Dimensions: 80″ Long, 21″ Wide
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Osage and cochineal natural dyes created this peach color on this silk linen scarf. When it is washed or dyed, it becomes crinkled. You can also iron it to be flat and wider for a shawl. It is long enough to create a cowl. Just tie both ends together and wrap it around your neck twice. This silk and linen fibers take dye in a different manner. The silk reflects light as a soft glow, then linen creates as matte tone. The scarf is long and wide enough to be a shawl. It was woven in a fair trade village near the east coast of India. After the dye process, the shawl was neutralized in a vinegar bath and washed three times. Very easy to care, can be machine washed on delicate cycle. Hang to dry, and iron if desired. It will crinkle more if you leave it un-ironed. Lightweight, travel friendly, it can go from season to season. Dimensions: 80″ Long, 21″ Wide 55% linen 45% Silk
Each Scarf is Unique
Designed for the woman who appreciates style, my scarves are versatile and allow you to look great with minimal effort. Silk, cotton, wool, and linen fabrics are selected for comfort, easy care, and their affinity for natural dyes. Each scarf is unique — either dyed, sewn, or hand knit one at time.
Updating your wardrobe at a reasonable cost is important to me and many women. My scarves coordinate with many Day to Evening outfits, and can be tied in different ways to create new looks. Washable, travel friendly, and Made in America for women of all ages.
Jane Porter Fashion
My scarves are for the woman who wants to look great with minimal effort at a reasonable cost. I design scarves that are handwoven by fair trade artisans near the east coast of India. They are made from silk, linen, cotton and wool. I hand dye each scarf or wrap with natural dyes, creating and mixing colors from different plants. Each piece is unique. Comfortable, soft, washable, travel friendly. Go from day to evening, formal to beach.