Murder of Crows - Sangria Silk Screened Circle Scarf
- SANGRIA SILK SCREENED CIRCLE SCARF
- Original artwork drawn and silk screened in Calgary AB, Canada
- Poly/Cotton Interlock Double Knit Fabric (51% Cotton / 49% Polyester)
- Made in Canada
This is the first in a series of repeat patterns I've designed and printed that are based on the names for groups of animals. You really have to wonder who comes up with some of them. Like a "Murder of Crows" for example. Very silly. The next ones in the series will be a "Caravan of Camels" and a "Tower of Giraffes."
This original pattern is silk screened by hand onto a Sangria Poly/Cotton Interlock fabric. It's a double knit fabric, with a nice weight at 10oz per linear yard. This is a high quality, Canadian made fabric, knit in Winnipeg, MB. The artwork is screen-printed in Calgary, and they're sewn into finished scarves in Calgary as well.
When laid flat, the scarf measures 32", making a 64" loop, perfect for going twice around the neck, as shown.
Machine wash cold, tumble dry low. I use water-based inks for all my prints, which are great because they sink right into the fabric instead of sitting on the surface. So they won't crack or fade, but get softer with each wash until you can't even feel them.