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Carolina Blue Fans – Silk Scarf

Pam Granger Gale

$110.00

The beauty of the sky is captured in this gently patterned silk scarf.  To be worn on any occasion, the blues, purples, and peach hues are reminiscent of the sky throughout the day.

Drape this around your shoulders revealing the airy, subtle vertical nonpareil pattern.  The habotai silk is the lightest silk available and perfect for summer evenings.  The blue curved shapes pull the design together while running the length of the scarf.

  • 72″ x 22″
  • 100% Habotai silk
  • Hand rolled hem, hand painted, vertical nonpareil pattern
  • Purple, lilac, turquoise, peach, Carolina blue
  • Hand wash in warm soapy water by hand, no bleach or bleach substitutes

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Description

The antique process of marbling floats paint on a watery, gel surface.  The environmentally friendly paints are placed on a size of methyl cellulose, also safe for the environment.  While floating, the colors are moved around with a stylus or rake.  The fluid nature of the water-based paints allow freedom of each design to be different and customized.  The fluid design is frozen on paper or fabric, preserving the moment of relaxation forever.

Pam Granger Gale

My marbling patterns span from the traditional gelget and non pareil to more exploratory patterns. Each time I approach the marbling tray, I have carefully mixed colors to modern day color schemes. Next, I research patterns which would exemplify the newest hues to their best light. All along, the question of printing on silk fabric like scarves or paper comes to mind. Often times I will work on paper perfecting the pattern before printing on fabric. Neckties and bowties are fun to create. When a paper piece captures a stunning print, then it will become a frameable art work. I am available for custom work like groomsmen ensembles of bow ties, neck ties, and/or vests. Contact me for more information.

Description

The antique process of marbling floats paint on a watery, gel surface.  The environmentally friendly paints are placed on a size of methyl cellulose, also safe for the environment.  While floating, the colors are moved around with a stylus or rake.  The fluid nature of the water-based paints allow freedom of each design to be different and customized.  The fluid design is frozen on paper or fabric, preserving the moment of relaxation forever.

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