“Orange Sunflowers”


  • Hand painted and felted shawl
  • Ready to ship
  • Materials: wool fiber, rayon fiber, silk chiffon, silk habotai, silk dye


The energizing splash of orange will make you feel alive, vivid, and powerful! This scarf is light and warm, so it would be a great accessory for any season.

The creative process included several steps and many hours of enjoyable work!
First, very light silk was hand painted with silk dye and the colors were set by steaming process. They don’t fade, even after repeated washing.

It was felted with fine merino wool and a little bit of rayon to amplify the texture. I wanted to keep it light and breezy, so I didn’t use too much wool and left the painting to be the most important part of this piece.

Felting is an ancient textile art that includes several steps. With the help of soapy water and
rubbing, rolling, squeezing, and throwing, emerges a unique garment. When light fabric, such as silk, is incorporated into this process, it is called nuno felting.

The combination of transparent silk and lightly felted wool makes this shawl look very delicate, but it is durable and easy to care of. You can hand wash it in cold water using mild soap. After that, wrap it into a towel and press down to dry. Could be dry cleaned as well.