The natural sheen of silk enhances any colour and makes the scarves a joy to paint and hopefully to wear. Just one new scarf can make any number of outfits look like new. Choose colours that blend or complement and enjoy a little bit of luxury.
All my scarves are individually hand-painted on silk; they are a generous 180mm long so however you like to wear them, you won't run out of scarf.
I make each scarf individually according to the colours and shapes which inspire me at the time, although I do return to some of the same designs quite often.
I use three different types of silk scarves to paint on:
Silk Pongé:Light and luxurious, a silk pongé scarf enhances any outfit.
Wear it with a posh frock or jazz up jeans and a sweater.
Silk Chiffon: Fine and floaty, a silk chiffon scarf is light enough for the hottest summerís day yet can keep the draught out when tucked into a winter coat.
Silk Crêpe de Chine:
Soft and slinky, a silk crêpe de chine scarf drapes beautifully however you choose to wear it, making it the ultimate luxury.
I love to co-ordinate what I wear in as many different ways as possible and have never been able to find enough earrings in bright colours so naturally starting to produce the silk scarves soon led to the idea of making co-ordinating earrings, some of which you can see here.
Soon other ideas for colourful earrings were generating themselves and I continue gradually to add designs to the range.
The earrings are made of plastic, which has to be melted then cut to shape with a metal stamp. I make all my own stamps apart from a few used to cut tiny decorative shapes.
Earrings are generally supplied with silver-plated loops but sterling silver loops can be supplied on request.