Ecoprinted Silk Scarves – Working With The Seasons.

As you know, if you read my blog regularly a lot of what I do is seasonal. I like to use plant material in much of my work.

Autumn has sneakily crept up on me rather quickly this year, I have fallen behind with so much going on at home. Also it’s a bit of a paradox as I have been waiting patiently for the leaves to fall in order to get some bare tree photos to use in an artwork, but also I need to collect leaves before they are all gone.

If you read my last post about my walk in Dubbs Moss looking for inspiration here is the finished piece. I have another one to make inspired by another walk and a rather special (to me) tree so I can hang them as a pair.

On the other face of the paradox I am rushing about collecting leaves for ecoprinting before they are all gone.

I have managed to get some ecoprinted silk scarves made and into my shop before the Christmas rush.

Ecoprinted silk scarf

Hopefully the rain will stop soon and I can get out with my camera and get that bare tree photo to finish the diptich, and collect some fallen leaves along the way.

Enjoy your day.

3 thoughts on “Ecoprinted Silk Scarves – Working With The Seasons.

    1. eganj1 Post author

      Hi Mary Lou, I was thinking about you yesterday as I read about the flooding where you live. I hope you are safe and dry .

      Reply
      1. maryloulaberge

        We are safe and dry. North and south of our area there are swollen rivers and displaced homeowners. There have been too many atmospheric rivers this month. Looking forward to some less rainy days. 😍

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