It’s scarf weather indeed and silk is both soft and warm as well as comfortable and enjoyable to wear!

Suitable for wraps, scarves or wall hangings, we are stocking beautiful and beneficial silks hand loomed in Cambodia through an organisation called Tabitha to help the disadvantaged and poor – which are then screen printed by Aboriginal Artists in the Injalak community in Arnhem Land in a collaborative project – with stunning traditional designs using black, silver and gold on the utterly gorgeous colours of the woven silks (priced at $120 each).  

Then we also have a collection of Bundjalung Women’s scarves dyed only using native leaves in a variety of tones – greys, beige, cream, pale pink – and using a variety of types of soft silk and silk chiffon – from the Wake Up Time Group. (These are typical rectangle scarf sizes and are $75 each although we also have smaller and larger options priced accordingly).

As well, there are hand dyed silk scarves using batik techniques from NSW Artist, Helena Geiger at $90 – often featuring the waterhole symbol and in a range of colours beyond what is shown here.



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