SHI Hand dyed scarf-Shamrock
Hand dyed silk cotton scarf, handmade using ancient Japanese resist techniques. The opulence of silk and the durability of cotton Each piece is a one of a kind original.
- Size: 150cm x 34cm
- Weight: 300g
- Material composition: 70% cotton and 30% silk
- Care instructions: please wash gently in cold water, line dry in shade and cool iron. Or dry clean
- Country of manufacture: handmade in Sydney, Australia
Sydney-based Shibori was founded in 2006 by Pepa Martin and Karen Davis. A boutique textile agency, it is renowned for pushing the boundaries of shibori, the ancient Japanese craft of fabric dyeing. Martin and Davis explore these techniques using contemporary fabrics, adding a modern design element. Their work has been embraced by some of Australia’s top fashion and interior designers, and their hand-dyed leathers, commercial fabrics and wallpapers have been sold all over the world.
Shibori also has a range of commercial and upholstery fabrics produced by textile company Sparkk, and a wallpaper range by Milton & King. They have collaborated on a collection of prints with interior design company Designer Boys, and on projects including a full-scale dip-dyed hot air balloon, fabric-inlayed surf boards by McTavish and Sibella Court, and a homewares range with Lee Mathews.