Atlanta artist Lindsey Glass creates beautiful textiles by hand, using Morse Code to embed a "secret" message to the wearer. Wrap a scarf around your neck for a soft burst of color this winter. Measures 30" x 30".
Please note: Each scarf is made and dyed by hand, giving variations and imperfections between them; each is one-of-a-kind. Care for using a delicate washing cycle and a permanent press drying cycle.
Autumn/ Fall: This scarf reads "The Way It Feels When You Are Loved For The First Time". The message is printed using soy wax and a skinny horse-hair brush on the silk, and then hand-painted for an ephemeral, watercolor feel.
Winter: This piece reads "Take Off My Coat And Stay, Take Off Your Coat" in morse code. Hand printed with soy wax and painted with hand-mixed blues, blacks, and ocher/ browns. The textile is crepe de chine silk with a hand-rolled hem.
Spring:The message reads "Remember Hope Is Real And Sits Among Us Waiting To Show Itself" in morse code. Crepe de chine silk with a hand rolled hem, tub dyed in a hand-mixed icy blue and lilac dye, hand-batik printed using soy wax, and then over-dyed with a bronze cold water dye.
Summer: This scarf is meant to evoke summer in the South in every way. The left panel is the conjugation of "to be"- it reads "I am, you are, he, she, it is, we are, you all are, they are" and the right panel reads "Hot" in morse code. The textile was dyed in a grass green cold-water bath, hand-batik printed using soy wax, and then over dyed with a forest green.
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