This hand-dyed scarf was inspired by one of my favorite paintings by Monet: The Portal of Rouen Cathedral in Morning Light. Here's a link to the painting. He spent 2 years painting the same cathedral at different times of day, and some have called it the ultimate series in Impressionism.
The colors include dark blue, medium blue, soft lilac, eggplant, and a bit of chartreuse with a generous amount of speckles.
Each scarf is unique--even more so than hand-dyed yarn.
These silk chiffon scarves measure 8 inches wide and 54 inches in length and can be worn in so many different ways. There are lots of great videos on youtube on different ways to style these.
They are also great to travel with too since they fold up to almost nothing and weight less than an ounce, and they make wonderful, unique gifts. Also, these can be used for nuno felting.
I recommend hand washing in cold water and hanging to dry. If you like it smooth and crisp, you can use an iron or a steamer to smooth out any wrinkles, though I don't find this necessary with silk chiffon.