However, the relaxed lifestyle of most Australians encourages a more casual, adventurous and creative attitude to fashion.
The softness and fineness of silk chiffon means that the scarves can be
folded or tied or left to expand and float around you. They feel
luxurious and almost weightless, while still bringing interest and
colour to your outfits.
The process of developing this soft blue silk scarf, featuring the iconic banksia flower and seeds, began by using the traditional Japanese shibori method, whereby the fabric is stitched or wrapped tightly with threads, then dyed with organic indigo dyes.
I hope that you will have fun wearing this work of art and dream up even more creative ways to wear it.
If you would like to buy Blue Banksia it is listed in the first table, below. Three clicks and you're done!
Free postage within Australia.
You may order any of ten designs on offer here or on any of the other chiffon Patterns in Nature pages. If you require overseas postage, please return to the menu to add that as a separate item.
At Checkout, please click 'More' to check your choice.
But you don't have to live in this country to enjoy the spark of wearing beautifully coloured and patterned silk scarves which reflect elements of this 'wide brown land'!
Check other scarf designs by clicking on any of the images, below. Which is your favourite?
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