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Moody Blues Hand Knit Scarf by LuAnn Rosenzweig

35.00
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Moody Blues Hand Knit Scarf by LuAnn Rosenzweig

35.00

Moody Blues Hand Knit Scarf

THE STORY:

Knit to fall into gentle spirals, this soft scarf of muted blues and grays stays in place whether the ends are twisted together or left to hang separately. Can also be worn as a warm cowl. 

ITEM INFORMATION:

Mixed fibers, hand wash, dry flat

*this item is available on line only, similar items can be found in our gallery show room:

Charleston Crafts Gallery

161 Church Street

Charleston, SC 29401

THE SIZE:

Approximately 42"

THE ARTIST:

LuAnn Rosenzweig, Mt. Pleasant, SC

LuAnn creates beautiful, one-of-a-kind apparel, accessories and scarves, using an eclectic variety of new and recycled fabrics. LuAnn upcycles vintage silk clothing and mens’ silk ties to create her colorful, hand-dyed silk scarves. She also uses these vintage silks to add surface design to some of her jackets. Her line of cotton origami jackets start out as 6 separate squares of fabric that are sewn together in a straight line. Through folding and minimal cutting, the squares evolve into a swing jacket with raglan sleeves.

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Moody Blues Hand Knit Scarf

THE STORY:

Knit to fall into gentle spirals, this soft scarf of muted blues and grays stays in place whether the ends are twisted together or left to hang separately. Can also be worn as a warm cowl. 

ITEM INFORMATION:

Mixed fibers, hand wash, dry flat

*this item is available on line only, similar items can be found in our gallery show room:

Charleston Crafts Gallery

161 Church Street

Charleston, SC 29401

THE SIZE:

Approximately 42"

THE ARTIST:

LuAnn Rosenzweig, Mt. Pleasant, SC

LuAnn creates beautiful, one-of-a-kind apparel, accessories and scarves, using an eclectic variety of new and recycled fabrics. LuAnn upcycles vintage silk clothing and mens’ silk ties to create her colorful, hand-dyed silk scarves. She also uses these vintage silks to add surface design to some of her jackets. Her line of cotton origami jackets start out as 6 separate squares of fabric that are sewn together in a straight line. Through folding and minimal cutting, the squares evolve into a swing jacket with raglan sleeves.