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Handwoven Window Scarf II

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This collection of scarves was inspired by the windows of Frank Lloyd Wright, utilizing a weaving technique called double-faced plain weave which results in a reversible fabric. They are characterized by their vibrant colors and strong geometric disigns.

The use of black and white give a serious, sharp, geometric design to this scarf, contrasted by the playfulness of the multi-colored stripes and checks in the center. It will look different each time you wear it depending on where the colors and patterns fall.

The fiber used is Tencel, which is a biodegradable fiber made from renewable cellulose plants such as eucalyptus pulp. It has the best properties of both man-made and natural fibers: soft and lustrous as silk, warm as wool, cool as linen, wrinkle resistant and it drapes beautifully. It can be dry-cleaned or hand-washed in cool water with mild soap.

This scarf is 5 1/2 inches wide by 66 inches long, plus a 5 inch hand-twisted fringe on each end.

Each of the scarves in this collection was designed and woven by me in my home studio.

Handwoven Window Scarf II


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Tencel, Fine cotton thread
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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