Osage Scarf, silk habotai 29" x 29"
I dyed this scarf by immersing it in an osage and iron salt bath. Osage trees grow in central and southern U.S. and its wood is used for fences, firewood, and is also planted in areas to help with wind erosion. When osage wood chips are soaked and simmered they create a beautiful and bright yellow or yellow-green color.
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: Hand wash gently in cold water with a mild detergent, hang dry.