"The Haymaker"with Resisted Spots Reproduction from Same Named Painting
This cotton scarf is a reproduction of the painting called " The Haymaker" done by George Stubbs in 1785.
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.