This listing is for 10g of silk hankies, handdyed by me in a range of shades of deep glass greens and golden yellows. It's called Morris since it reminds me of some of the Acanthus leaf panels which William Morris created. The combination of deep greens and vivid golds never gets old to me. Love this combination of colours and hope you do too.
Silk hankies take dye beautifully and these kettle dyed silk hankies are no exception. The colours are luminous and beautiful. These silk hankies can be spun on spindle or wheel, pulled into a thread and knitted up as is or used in nuno felted pieces or mixed media work. They can even be used in papermaking. The sky's the limit!
Silk hankies or mawata are an acquired spinning taste - once you acquire it, there's no going back. They are created from silk cocoons which are stretched over a wooden frame to form delicate but strong squares of gorgeously soft silk fibre. Each 10g of hankies is made up of multiple squares of cocoons stacked together into a pile of deliciousness!
One tip for working with these silk hankies - exfoliate and moisturise your hands before you go anywhere near them to avoid snagging your skin on the delicate fibre.
I use standard international mail for international shipping and first class post for UK shipping. If you want your item in your hands faster, ask me if it's possible to upgrade the shipping - at your own cost.
I will ship your item within 5-7 working days.
Returns & exchanges
If any of the items you order are lost in transit or are damaged on arrival, I will refund your purchase costs, no argument.