Oh! Quebracho Scarf, silk habotai 29" x 29"
I dipped dyed one side of this scarf in an osage bath and the other in quebracho. After immersing the halves, I bundle dyed the scarf with ground cochineal bugs, madder root, alkanet root, peony, rose, lavender, buckthorn berries, annatto seeds, iron salts and pennies.
Quebracho is a tree that is native to South America and the dye colors vary from yellow, green, coral to warm red browns. This scarf has tones of yellow, green and coral.
Each naturally dyed piece is made with love, care and the intention of connecting oneself to the present moment. I spend many hours brewing and bundling these pieces, and I hope that the calmness and joy I experience in making them transfers to you. These scarves can be worn or used as a decorative textile for your home or any special space.
Care: Dry clean or hand wash gently in cold water with a PH neutral soap, hang dry.