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Lavender Lace Hand Knit Scarf by LuAnn Rosenzweig

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Lavender Lace Hand Knit Scarf by LuAnn Rosenzweig

35.00

Lavender Lace Hand Knit Scarf

THE STORY:

Knit on large needles to create a lace look, this self twisting scarf with shades of lavender will certainly brighten up your day!

ITEM INFORMATION:

Mixed fibers: Rayon, Polyester, hand wash, line dry

*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 46"

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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Lavender Lace Hand Knit Scarf

THE STORY:

Knit on large needles to create a lace look, this self twisting scarf with shades of lavender will certainly brighten up your day!

ITEM INFORMATION:

Mixed fibers: Rayon, Polyester, hand wash, line dry

*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 46"

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.