The silk scarf is inspired by preserved flowers tucked away in pages of books and plant presses. Small memories of spring wildflowers, evening summer walks, and daisy chain picnics. Tie traditionally around your neck or head, carry keepsakes, use as a furoshiki cloth for wrapping gifts, hang as a tapestry, or frame.
Silks are dyed in small batches, and shades may vary slightly due to the process.
21 x 21” - 100% silk, earth-friendly dyes, water-based ink
Hand wash, tumble or line dry. Iron on low if needed.
Portland based, Elana Gabrielle is a multidisciplinary illustrator, maker, and designer of printed textile and paper goods. Her work is influenced by the wild and varied landscapes of the West Coast where she grew up, from misty mountains and foggy beaches to dusty desert valleys. Using cut paper collage, painting, screen printing, and textile design, she weaves the natural world into her creations.