Autumn Seasons of the South Scarf
Spring Seasons of the South Scarf
Autumn Seasons of the South Scarf
Winter Seasons of the South Scarf
Winter Seasons of the South Scarf
Spring Seasons of the South Scarf
Summer Seasons of the South Scarf
Summer Seasons of the South Scarf

Seasons of the South Scarves (Limited Quantity)

Regular price $82.00 Sale price $59.00

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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