What it is:
A lightweight, lacy scarf in a sophisticate range of colors found in a rose garden: deep greens to the palest pinks.
Why we like it:
We used a technique called Brooks Bouquet to transform solid lines of color into columns of alternating medallions. The delicate lace drape is elegant enough to be worn day or night.
Who else might like it:
Anyone who cherishes colors found in nature and "slow" fashion. This scarf is a true keepsake!
Rose Trellis Scarf
We wove this scarf in our home studio in East Tennessee using a rigid heddle loom. A rigid heddle loom is a traditional-style, table-top handloom.
After weaving, we hand sew the edges with a hemstitch to prevent raveling.
Finally, all scarves go through a process called wet-finishing. We soak the scarves in a gentle, eco-friendly rinse and let them air dry. This creates a stronger bond between the individual fibers by causing them to bloom and become tightly interlocked.