SCARF DESIGNS

 


A love of all things Gothic, from art, architecture, literature, writing etc. was the inspiration for this design that I have named 'Gothick'.

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A design inspired by images and artefacts of the Brittonic 'Iceni' tribe of eastern Britain during the Iron Age & early Roman era.

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This design is called “Strandline” and was inspired by the incoming tide and the debris it leaves behind at the high tide mark, the strandline, such as broken shells and small pebbles.

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A visit to a traditional old Cornish apple orchard, growing almost forgotten old-fashioned varieties, was the inspiration for this design which is called 'Malus'.

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The design for this lightweight scarf is called ‘Tolmen’ and is a re-named and re-worked longer version of a previous design inspired by the many "holed stones" found around the moors of west Penwith, such as Creeg Tol and Mên-an-Tol.

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A different version of the design 'Strata' with two different coloured ends.


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