Posts Tagged ‘Silk Scarf’

Sep 12

Scarf of the Month: Naturally Dyed Weft Ikat from Laos

In last week’s blog, I introduced you to the various types of ikat. Admittedly, ikat has intrigued me since college when, without really understanding its complexity, I registered for an independent study in ikat. Without any direction, other than a few books available at the time, I figured out a→ Read more

Aug 15

Scarf of the Month: Wild Silk Lace from Madagascar

I stood staring at this handwoven, handspun wild silk scarf made by artisans in Madagascar. If anyone was watching me, they probably thought something was wrong with the scarf, or me. But not having time to really figure out what was different about this weaving, I bought a few of these→ Read more

May 09

ClothRoads Scarf of the Month: Traveling Blocks in Weaving

What better combination is there than naturally-dyed silk and a simple weaving structure? If you’ve been following my ClothRoads scarf of the month, you’ve probably noticed a trend—I like simple, yet intriguing, hand woven structures. Ones that beg for a closer look to decipher how a weaver uses a traditional→ Read more

Apr 11

Bandhani Indian Tie Dye Resist

There’s sensuousness to reading a cloth, taking one’s fingers and lightly passing over the surface, like braille. To me, Indian bandhani is the braille of all artisan-made cloth resists; this is why I chose it as the ClothRoads scarf this month. Simply stated, bandhani is one form of tie-dyed cloth.→ Read more

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