LindaKollofski

Ecoprinted Textiles using Natural Dyes from Plants

Plymouth, Minnesota | 52 Sales

LindaKollofski

Ecoprinted Textiles using Natural Dyes from Plants

Plymouth, Minnesota 52 Sales On Etsy since 2015

5 out of 5 stars (18)

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Note from shop owner Thank you for visiting my shop! The shop will reopen Spring 2019 . Please also visit my website at www.lindakollofski.com

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Dec 19, 2018

Thank you for visiting my shop! The shop will reopen Spring 2019 . Please also visit my website at www.lindakollofski.com

Linda Kollofski

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Linda Kollofski

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About

One of a Kind Miniature Works of Art

Since I started creating wearable art in 2009, each day I've worn something I've made. It's a crucial part of my process. It's part of becoming whole, so that my inside evolution as an artist is also revealed to the world on the outside. It helps to create connection by generating conversation with those who ask about what I'm wearing.

What I've noticed is that some days I'll wear a special jacket or coat I've made, but most days I'll dash out the door with jeans and a top...and a scarf. It's the easiest way to keep my promise to myself. And I don't think I'm alone. Enhancing an existing wardrobe with a scarf is not only an easy and versatile way to dress (you can style a scarf so many ways!), it's also a much more sustainable practice than buying new major wardrobe pieces regularly.

Plus I love making these pieces. I believe the joy I feel making them is passed along to the recipient. Like the joy is woven into the cloth.

So please join me in the joyful self-expression of enhancing your existing wardrobe with a miniature work of art.

For scarf styling ideas, please see my blog or view:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LYAEz777AU&feature=share&list=TLKU9SjCkwDTN8eESm-joJeibHymSKpYqb

https://www.pinterest.com/marylfoster1961/scarf-ideas-how-to-wear/

http://www.scarves.net/scarf-tying-index.html

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  • Linda Kollofski

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    I create fiber art to awaken the spirit and connect through beauty. My current work is focused on creating emotional connections to support the healing process, and using nature to express beauty and wholeness. For more: www.lindakollofski.com

Shop policies

Last updated on December 5, 2016
Thank you for visiting my Shop, featuring one-of-a-kind miniature works of art.

My ecoprint scarves, shawls, table runners, and wallhangings are dyed with the tradition of rolling up flowers and leaves from nature into a piece of cloth and dyeing it naturally. No inks or paints are used, just the dyes from the flowers and leaves themselves. Just as there are no two flowers alike, each of these pieces is truly one-of-a-kind...a miniature work of art.

Please contact me with any questions you have, or to inquire about custom orders.

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Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
I make each piece with tender loving care and inspect every work of art carefully before packaging and shipping. I offer a five (5) day exchange guarantee. Buyer is responsible for return postage.

Please contact me within 5 days of receipt before returning the item for exchange. Item must be unused and shipped back to me with original protective interior packaging. Returns are for exchange or store credit.

Ecoprint scarves have wrinkles and creases as a normal part of the process; this is considered part of their character and inherent beauty.

All custom orders are final sale.
Payment
I accept credit and debit cards, Etsy gift cards and other international payment methods where available.
Shipping
My orders ship via USPS Priority Mail with tracking and delivery confirmation included. Please see individual listings for pricing.