Scarf S1105 - Soft silk jacquard in pale cream with a little raised dot in the weave and bright green printed areas made to look like shibori dyeing. Also features fan and floral
This fabric is from a vintage kimono taken apart. The scarf has a faint lengthwise fold line from a former seam that runs parallel to the long edge. It only appears on one side of the scarf.
It also has a crosswise fold line about 16" from the short end on that same side (see photo 3).
The flip side of the scarf is perfect.
Measures 64" x 6.75" wide.
Kimono Scarf S1105 - Bright Green Faux Shibori Dyed
Kimono scarves are neck scarves sewn from bolts of Japanese kimono fabric, originally intended to be made into a kimono jacket or robe. The bolts of cloth are narrow, between 12-14", so they are a natural choice for scarf making.