This is a pile of wrinkled silk scarves I made on Saturday with Meagan, my young friend from town. She made her own pile and has a hot lead on a sales outlet in Manhattan. Go Meagan!!
These are the scarves each with a flat and draped photo. Below is Crepe de Chine
Habotai. All the scarves are 14 X 72
Below and below are Crepe de Chine both acid dyed (love acid dye)
Below is Habotai
Yummy Crepe de Chine
What a lovely scarves and so many! You were very productive. And a lovely watercolor of little tomatoes?ReplyDelete
I love your beautiful scarves!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful scarves!ReplyDelete
Such bright, cheerful colors and patterns!
Thanks Elsie. Wielding a tool filled with melted wax is an exciting endeavor. The options for mark making are unending. One of the many reasons I love batik.ReplyDelete
I think that if that were my first watercolor, I'd be doing a lot more! You have talent--it's lovelyReplyDelete
Thank you Kristi. I am trying!!ReplyDelete