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Nuno Felted  Silk Scarf   Shabby Chic Grey Raspberry Mauve

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This gorgeous light and cuddling silk scarf was made of 100 % silk brought from India, combined with soft wool and mulberry silk fibers by nuno felting technique.
Three kind of silks are put together. One is a printed silk georgette saree piece, mauve and raspberry floral print on grey base. Originally it was a designer saree, and I also used the edge what is embroidered with little golden, mustard, green and deep red pattern on a pink base. The other fabric is a handwoven grey silk with some lilac touch and some golden woven small patterns in some places, the third fabric piece is a handwoven raspberry silk sari piece. I put together these pieces with grey wool mixed with lilac-grey and mauve mulberry/bombyx silk fibers. All of the fibers are hand-dyed and hand-carded by me, after that I massage the fibers gently and process into the fabric. The wool is blended with the silk and this nuno felt technique gives a gorgeous texture on the surface.

This gorgeous silk creation can be worn to any occasions, formal or informal, or just to tame some funky cloths. I love putting together many colours in my scarves. It gives so many choices for you and lift up the spirit of your decent cloths in your wardrobe.
It has an irregular shape.
The size of the scarf:
Length: 150 cm
width: max. 45 cm
You can easily wash it by hand with some shampoo.

Nuno Felted Silk Scarf Shabby Chic Grey Raspberry Mauve


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wool, mulberry silk fiber, wrinkled silk chiffon
  • Ships worldwide from France
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