Linen scrunch cowl collar, aka scarf in Smudge Stick green
Linen scrunch cowl collar. I made this then hand-dyed it in layery shades of sage green. Here's what I like about it: Well, it's handsome. But also, it's already twisted gracefully as you see it here — just cram it over your head and it automatically looks sculptural and correct. No futzing!
But if you're a natural futzer and are compelled to futz, it does have areas where angled seams coalesce nicely and you might want to put those out front if you like them. I will not deny you.
It's non-gendered. All gendered? Unisex? I don't know, unisex seems creepy somehow. It gives me weird flashbacks to trying to get punk rock haircuts in disco/cocaine-infused hair salons in the 70's. Yes, I eventually just cut my own damn hair. But honestly, I've been meaning to mention this anyway: I want anyone to wear whatever they want. So while I feel a bit odd saying that this particular item is all-gendery, in general please know that I welcome having anyone wear anything I make. I think I've implied it before, but now I've just said it.
Okay where were we?
particulars: • rough size: One size fits all • fabric: 100% medium-weight linen • care: machine wash cold, or hand wash - machine dry • hand made by me in my studio and hand dyed in my cellar