Showing her sunset side, this is the Gail Scarf shown folded in half with the ends tucked through the fold - a simple and elegant way to wear a long silk scarf.
The Gail long silk scarf showing the deeper sunrise colours side. Gail is available in the Harrods of Hingham Gallery, Hingham, Norfolk.
Shula scarf, marbled on both sides in fiery colours.
Shula is marbled on this side in a bold, freestyle design in red and orange. The other has traditional French curl design on one side, hearts on the other and freestyle marbling with some pale copper marks in the centre. Available here
Kokeko suminagashi scarf.
This is the Kokeko scarf. Kokeko has been created using the ancient Japanese art of suminagashi (floating ink) marbling in shades of green, grey and black. Click here for more information about suminagashi. Kokeko is currently available at the Harrods of HIngham Gallery in Hingham, Norfolk.
The Raine scarf is hand marbled on both sides in all the colours of the rainbow.
The Raine scarf having a hand-rolled hem applied.
Mary is marbled in turquise and greens in the traditional fountain pattern. Mary has been sold. Contact me if you would like a similar scarf.
Aurelia scarf showing the boldy striped side. Aurelia was sold by the Harrods of Hingham Gallery, Hingham, Norfolk. If you're local, do pop in and take a look. There is a wonderful selection of arts and crafts for sale including more of my scarves.
Flame is shown here looped round the neck once, with the remaining length twisted around the loop and the two ends tied at the back.
Flame scarf - brighter side.
This picture shows the marbled stripes of the brighter side of the Flame scarf.
Umeko - plum blossom child - is a suminagashi scarf in pinks and purples.
Umeko - meaning plum blossom child - was inspired by the spring blossom, which provided some cheerfulness as we hit 'lockdown'!