Cathayana Shibori Silk Infinity Scarf SIA-514 in Brown Blue and Turquoise Artistic Designer Hand Dyed and Pleated Silk Scarf
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Shibori Silk Infinity Scarf SIA-514 in Brown, Blue, and Turquoise by Cathayana

Min W. Chiu and Xiaoke (Sharon) of Cathayana create this silk Infinity Scarf SIA-514.

  • Handmade in the USA
  • Artisan-crafted hand-dyed Shibori scarf, scarves
  • Material: 100% Silk
  • Size: 62" around when wrapped as a single loop, 9" wide, stretches to 100"
  • Colors: Brown, blue, turquoise
  • Dry clean only, pleats are steam set and should be kept dry. Store your scarf coiled in a zip lock bag
  • Shipping: approximately one to two weeks


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Due to the nature of handcrafted work, subtle variations are natural.

Min W. Chiu of Cathayana says "My teacher of colors is nature. My job is to present beautiful colors of nature through my artwork." By carefully balancing different dyes, Min Chiu uses the Shibori technique on silk to express her inspirations from nature. Oftentimes, the final pieces exceed all expectations with their remarkable beauty. That is why Min fell in love with the Shibori technique.

Cathayana Scarves and Shawls Silk Pleated Shibori Scarf Promotional Image

Min and her sister-in-law, Xiaoke (Sharon) Wang, create unlimited possibilities that replicate nature. The Shibori silk shawls and Shibori infinity silk scarves are hand made in Troy, Michigan. Each one of them is hand-dyed, hand-pleated, optionally discharged, and hand-painted.

Care Instructions:

Dry clean only, keep scarf dry, do not iron, coil it up and put it in a Ziploc bag (gallon size recommended) for carrying it around or for storage, and leave some air in the bag to protect the scarf from being crushed, as well as, to protect it from liquid or moisture.



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