I travel a good deal and like to keep my suitcase small and at my side. Black and navy are pragmatic but often drab and make me look a bit like a pilgrim without the hat. These wraps were a way to keep color at hand. I use mine around my neck, my waist, as an impromptu pareo and on the ground for a picnic in the park.
These are whooping cranes or Grus americana, and fewer than 505 remain in the wild as of 2019. This design came from sketches and research I started after reading about the global catastrophic decline in avian species last year, to increase my connection and knowledge to these birds.
I have started a new series in an uncharacteristic style for me. I tend towards abstraction but shifted to a more representational approach for this particular project. After reading about the global catastrophic decline in avian species last year I started to sketch and research birds to increase my connection and knowledge. These are whooping cranes or grus americana and fewer than 100 remain in the wild. If you want to read more: www.bringbackthecranes.org/project-updates
Georgette is a 100% polyester fabric with a characteristic crepe surface. The crepe surface provides the fabric with bounce giving it a streaming look.It is made from highly twisted yarn which gives it soft hand but It has a slightly open weave making it see-through. The base colour is white, and the fabric is printed using dye sublimation. This means colour reproduction is incredibly strong and the fabric is wash fast.
Handwash only at 85F. Do not tumble dry. Do not iron. Do not bleach. Do not dry clean. Line dry.
Regular: 27.5″ x 75.5″
Large: 51″ x 75.5″