White Textured Lyocell Scarf 1 - subsequently dyed
This scarf is also wide enough to be used as a shawl. It would be perfect for a bride - the fringe could be embellished with pearls and crystals if desired at extra cost - or as an accessory for a summers day out for when the evenings get colder. The design is a subtle lace.
If used as a bridal shawl, it would still be useful afterwards as an everyday scarf.
If preferred, the scarf could be dyed any colour of your choosing, either as one solid colour or iced dyed with a number of colours to produce a unique garment (see Peacock Scarf as an example).
It is made from a fabulous yarn called Lyocell (Tencel) which is made from tree pulp. This is an amazing eco friendly yarn that represents a milestone in the development of environmentally sustainable textiles. Lyocell is a natural, man made fibre. Made with wood pulp from sustainable tree farms, lyocell yarns are created using a closed-loop process that recovers or decomposes all solvents and emissions. It is 100% biodegradable, and suitable for vegans and non-vegans alike.
The finished fabric is wonderfully soft, strong and shiny. It can aslo be washed in a washing machine.
The yarn also soaks up dyes to produce vibrant colours. The scarf could be hand dyed using Procion MX dyes from Dhama.
Machine Washable at low heat
Iron whilst damp with a hot iron to restore shine
182cm long (218cm including fringes)
72" long (84" long including fringes)
Please note I have done my best to reproduce the colours of the scarf, but there may be differences due to the monitor you are viewing on. If you need to match another item, I may be able to send you a small sample of the yarn.
Although all the scarves are washed once they come off the loom, as with any garment, dark colours may bleed and discolour other garments if they get very wet.