Shibori Stripe Silk Scarf

You’ll love it because: Casual and one to throw on as you run out the door, the silk Shibori and natural indigo dyed scarf is also incredibly soft.

Price:

$45.00

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Description

Master dyer and master weaver Ms. Phet has been weaving at Ock Pop Tok since 2002. Ms. Phet loves playing with colours and has mastered many types of Shibori patterns. She was inspired to try the Shibori technique after a trip to the International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

These trips are often very inspiring for our team, and they return with new ideas to try. The Shibori silk scarf falls beautifully from the neck and it’s handwoven at the Living Crafts Centre.

Additional information

WeightN/A
Dimensions200 × 78 cm
Color

Black, Blue

Made by:

Mrs. Phet

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