Coreopsis tinctoria scarf with barring
Botanically Dyed Vintage Silk Scarf.
42" x 6.5"
* Silk sourced from a shop that specializes in recycling fabric
* Fabric transformed into scarves by Sylvie Estes
* Dyed with plants grown and gathered by Geraldine of Suntrap
Coreopsis tinctoria is a native wildflower that I grow in my gardens. I collected hundreds of the flowers throughout the summer, dried them in a solar dehydrator and stored them in a jar until now. They produce a deep orange on the silk. This coreopsis dyed scarf has a little barring pattern on the ends. Referenced in the photos.
How we use these scarves:
+ Worn around the neck
+ Worn as a head scarf
+ Wrapped around a pony tail or bun
+ Wrapped around the waist
+ Draped across an altar
Are you sending this scarf to someone you love as a gift? Write a note to them in the order notes (or email it to me if you prefer, just include your order number) and I will transcribe it on pretty paper and put it in a little envelope with your order :) think of it like a little mother's day special <333
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