• Small Spotted Resisted Scarf

    $41.00

                             ink       

    black,navy blue,              med navy,med olive   white, gold,lt blue     black, navy blue,                                                              

    olive green, royal blue     orange, med brown    lt. olive, golden        brown, olive, gold,

    chestnut,dk. gray,            Aztec gold, med         ochre,light gray        ruby red, russet

    brown,purple, fire red     purple

    You chose the textile, then the scarf color {remember most block printed scarves use the medium and the light colors except for purple, royal blue and red}, then the ink color.  When doing a resist you will use the darker colors. I will custom make the scarf you want.  You can add color to resist to make the white areas a color instead of White.

    All of our scarves are hand pot dyed.  They are 36x36" cotton, and 35x35 silk with a hand rolled hem. We try to be as consistent with our dying as possible however because everything is handmade color variation makes them more unique.  These scarves are color fast and can be washed in the washer in the delicate cycle and hung to dry.

    We use a resist that will pull out one color from the scarf. Royal Blue pulls out to Turquoise and turquoise will not resist out. Chartreuse will resist out to pale yellow. Primary colors will resist out more to white. When we do this process it is always a surprise at the end as to exactly what colors we will end up with. We love the different results we get. 

    When choosing a fabric remember that cotton has a flat look whereas silk will have a sheen.

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

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      All of our scarves are hand pot dyed.  They are 36x36" cotton, and 35x35 silk with a hand rolled hem. We try to be as consistent with our dying as possible however because everything is handmade color variation makes them more unique.  These scarves are color fast and can be washed in the washer in the delicate cycle and hung to dry.

      We use a resist that will pull out one color from the scarf. Royal Blue pulls out to Turquoise and turquoise will not resist out. Chartreuse will resist out to pale yellow. Primary colors will resist out more to white. When we do this process it is always a surprise at the end as to exactly what colors we will end up with. We love the different results we get.

    Virginia Tucker has been crafting and creating art for most of her life, just not the type of art most people hang on a wall.  Her mother taught her how to sew, quilt, and paint when she was a young lady and she took art in school but then life took over and she wasn’t able to spend much time on artistic endeavors.

    Then in 1999 her friend Angela Burnley of Burnley and Trowbridge of Williamsburg invited Virginia And her Two children to a Market Fair at Manskers Station in Tn, and that is all it took for Virginia to start looking into historic crafts that she could learn and share.  She started out by learning how to finger weave and made cording. Then she researched everything she could find on floor cloths and started making them which she did for 12 years educating many people about the uses and longevity of this floor covering.  She then was advised by  Angela Burnley  to look into researching how to dye and block print scarves for the eighteenth century.  Thus, began her second trip into the world of researching the type, size, where they came from and so on and so on.  She learned different dying techniques with both natural and chemical dyes, and after a number of years found the one which gave both vibrancy of color and long lasting color fastness for reproducing 18th century scarves.  She continued to go to historic events teaching the public about floor cloths and scarves.  Her husband, Randolph, started attending the events in 2010 after their children stopped coming out with her so that now they were a team both at home and on the road.

    She loves recreating 18th century items in what ever form and color and tries to blend new techniques with old styles to create the same type of scarves, fabrics, and a myriad of other items that could be used in both the 18th century and now.  

     

     

     

    The Virginia Floor Cloth and Textiles Company LLC

    Virginia and Randolph Tucker

    www.virginiasscarves.com

    502(432)2142

    Heavy Weight Cotton Stockings                     $12.00

     

     

     

    The Virginia Floor Cloth and Textiles Company LLC

    Virginia and Randolph Tucker

    www.virginiasscarves.com

    502(432)2142

    Heavy  Weight  Cotton Stockings                     $12.00

     

     

     

     

    The Virginia Floor Cloth and Textiles Company LLC

    Virginia and Randolph Tucker

    www.virginiasscarves.com

    502(432)2142

    Heavy Weight Cotton Stockings                     $12.00

     

     

     

     

    The Virginia Floor Cloth and Textiles Company LLC

    Virginia and Randolph Tucker

    www.virginiasscarves.com

    502(432)2142

    Heavy Weight Cotton Stockings                     $12.00

     

    All of our scarves are hand pot dyed.  They are 36x36" cotton, 35x35 silk with a hand rolled hem. We try to be as consistent with our dying as possible however because everything is handmade color variation makes them more unique.  These scarves are color fast and can be washed in the washer in the delicate cycle and hung to dry.

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      hand dyed cotton scarves,colonial scarves,fishus,modesty cloth,great gift, men or women, rev war,french and indian,1812,accessory,scarves, cotton scarf, pirate scarf,pirate,dewrag,longhunter,turban,neck scarf,renfair wear, festival wear,sca,bar,nwta,

       

       

       

       

       

      All of our scarves are hand pot dyed.  They are 36x36" cotton, and 35x35 silk with a hand rolled hem. We try to be as consistent with our dying as possible however because everything is handmade color variation makes them more unique.  These scarves are color fast and can be washed in the washer in the delicate cycle and hung to dry.

      We use a resist that will pull out one color from the scarf. Royal Blue pulls out to Turquoise and turquoise will not resist out. Chartreuse will resist out to pale yellow. Primary colors will resist out more to white. When we do this process it is always a surprise at the end as to exactly what colors we will end up with. We love the different results we get.


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