Process

Each piece of silk is stretched onto a frame like a canvas. I use several different techniques to achieve multitudes of styles… including resists, salts, alcohol, thinners and thickners… sometimes I will carve my own stamps or embellish with charms or beads. This is what makes each piece truly ‘one of a kind’. The silk dyes are carefully applied using watercolor brushes. I use only the finest French dyes which give the pieces the most vibrant colors available, and make the silk the softest to the touch. They’re completely colorfast and washable. These silks can be displayed as treasured works of art or worn as luxurious fashion accessories, or even better, both.

  • 100% silk combines elegance, durability, and care
  • easy to pack
  • handwashable and colorfast

Different types of silk:

  • Silk habotai:
    also know as “china silk” smooth lightweight silk
  • Silk Chiffon:
    Like a feather floating on the wind.
  • Crepe de Chine:
    If the 12mm CREPE DE CHINE scarves are the “Mercedes”, here are the “Rolls Royces” of the scarf world! These are heavier also – 16.5 mm. By stone (sand) washing this heavier weight of Crepe de Chine, one gets a matte silk with a very soft, luxurious drape and a buttery suede feel. You won’t want to ever remove them from your neck! This is the one that is perfect for the more sophisticated man or woman in your life. These have hand rolled hems with 100% silk thread.

Hand Painted Silk Scarf