This 21" x 86" scarf has been dyed with foraged eucalyptus, madder root, onion skin, and indigo. Constructed from single layer cotton with sections sewn together by french seams. Corners are adorned with loops of contrasting colors that can be used in many ways; tying, looping one end through another, hanging.
Item is 100% post consumer cotton; thrifted, cleaned, scoured, and dyed with botanicals. Hand wash in cold water, hang dry. Ironing is ok. All natural and biodegradable dyes. Imperfections and color variations exist. Dyed in Colorado, USA. Colors I do not sustainably forage for I source ethically from Botanical Colors in Seattle.
A note on skin sensitivity: I use only biodegradable, non-toxic, planet safe soaps and fabric softeners to make sure our fabrics are safe for all skin types (our favorite is 7th generation products). While it is very rare, some people find mullein irritating to the skin. Our other plant dyes have almost no record of allergies but do please make sure you are not allergic to any of these plants before using our textiles on your own skin.