This bandana is made from reclaimed raw silk fabric and is resist printed in multiple layers, to create a floral pattern honoring one of my favorite spring ephemeral plants: bloodroot. It is dyed with natural indigo; a combination of my homegrown indigo pigment, and pigment sourced from Stony Creek Colors in Tennessee. Raw silk has a nubbly texture and stiffer hand, quite unlike processed silk. See photos for details.
Approximately 21 in by 21 in
All of my pieces are packaged consciously; in recycled, plastic-free and hand-stamped packaging. Please reuse this packaging and (eventually) compost it!
Keep in Mind:
• These items are all dyed, printed, and/or painted using natural materials in my home, there will be some color variation on the fabric and between batches, these “imperfections” add depth and beauty to these one-of-a-kind pieces of art!
• Fabric should be hand washed with mild or pH neutral (preferred) soap in cold water, and hung to air dry
• Washing and light exposure will result in fading over time. To maintain bright color, avoid sun exposure and wash as directed above.