This cotton scarf is hand-sewn with reclaimed Japanese fabric dating from the 1920s. An earthy coordinated mix of woven plaid and stripe. It is a rustic piece: there are raw, unfinished edges, patches, and visible mends and stitching. The 14-inch width is folded in thirds, and finished with a vintage silver-plated concho scarf slide. The overall length of the scarf is about 48 inches. Just pop it over your head and go.
1-3 business days
JEWELRY: My favorite metal is antiqued brass. All of my jewelry contains some brass, and occasionally sterling silver as well. Over time, some metal elements may develop a deeper tone. A gentle buffing with a jewelry polishing cloth will revive the luster and golden or silver highlights. Lay the piece flat on a towel, secure the metal part firmly with one hand, and buff the surface using gentle pressure.
SCARVES: All of my antique fabrics are laundered before being sewn. The scarves may be hand washed. Use a small amount of mild soap in lukewarm water. Roll in a towel to remove excess water, and dry flat. Press lightly with a warm iron.
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