Silk Charmeuse Scarf: Tenkozan Shibori Color Variations
Tenkozan: Made on the Mountain collection from the Monastery Stitchery and Dye Studio.
These scarves are unique and one of a kind works of art from the monastics and residents who work in the Monastery Dye Studio. Using traditional Japanese Shibori technique, a manual resist dying technique of tying, sewing or folding and clamping which produces a number of different patterns on fabric, the material is dyed with the natural plant dyes we grow in the Monastery Dye Garden.
We invite you to appreciate the color variations as a reminder of the human touch.
Scarves are 14"x 72"
Pure wool is quite thin and sheer, Habotai is a light weight silk, and Silk Charmeuse is a heavier, richer silk. Each scarf has a small fabric tag of the Mountains and Rivers Chop logo.
[V-02] Silk Charmeuse-Marigold, [V-03] Silk Charmeuse-Corepsis