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Rayon devoré scarf
This subtly-shaded blue and green rayon devoré scarf with swirl pattern was hand-dyed through the Japanese process of shibori. A form of tie-dying, the one-of-a-kind pattern is created by through folding, twisting, and compressing. By Damhsa Caora Felts of Topeka, Kansas.

13 inches wide,

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From her studio named for a Gaelic phrase meaning dancing sheep, Barb Quaney of Topeka, Kansas, creates wearable art. Her fiber techniques include welt felting and imprinting native plants onto material. Read more

Item #003617