Chenille Scarf in Walnut Hill Brown by Trillium Weavers
Trillium Weavers creates this artistic, chenille scarf in Walnut Hill Brown. Each scarf is handwoven and then the fringe is hem-stitched at either end by hand, on-loom. Trillium Weavers use rayon chenille, custom-dyed to a constantly evolving full-range palette of colors. The scarves should be dry-cleaned to keep their velvety texture.
Handmade in the USA
* Approximate Sizes and Prices Available:
Short: 52"L. x 9"W. $82.00
Medium: 64"L. x 9"W. $90.00
Long: 76"L. x 9"W. $98.00
* Lengths include fringe
Shipping: approximately two weeks.
1. Free Ground Shipping: On most items $100.00 and over, and under 25 lbs.
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3. Freight Charges: Larger items, for example, furniture.
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Due to the nature of handcrafted work, subtle variations are natural.
Trillium Weavers scarves are made from high-gloss rayon chenille yarn, chosen for its color brilliance and soft feel. The cloth is shimmering, lustrous and smooth, composed from a palette of more than fifty yarn colors, dyed to Trillium Weavers specifications. In the finished fabric the colors blend, softening the warp stripes. The drape is relaxed and very comfortable. These chenille scarves are woven on multi-color warps (lengthwise threads), with a solid weft (back-and-forth thread).
Pieces with the same color name will have about the same proportions of about the same colors, but stripe patterns will vary, no two warps are exactly the same.
The name Trillium comes from the flower. These flowers have three of everything — leaves, sepal, petals. Since Trillium began as three weavers, they chose Trillium Weavers for their weaving business.
Scarves are woven with a hand-shuttle, building the fabric a pick at a time. The fringe is hem-stitch at either end by hand, on the loom. When the warp comes off the loom, the fabric is washed and dried (this is aone time only, please dry-clean our scarves and shawls thereafter), to give it it's characteristic flowing, velvety texture.