I have grown deeply fond of the Herons I see by this spot at the River. I'm often there at dusk, for a swim or meander, and recognise their heavy, draping wings as they fly overhead. Have you ever heard their call? It's almost a shriek! A sharp cutting sound that reverberates over the landscape, past the surface of the river, and into your ear drums.
This piece is so light in weight, tone and essence. It's a homage to the flight of Heron, to the Gatekeeper at the Waters Edge.
This scarf holds a narrative of Warmth, Connection and Simple Beauty. This is a Textile dedicated to the cocooning of the neck, chest and upper back, an upper body adornment that wraps to lock in warmth and comfort. It can also be used as a finer, thiner shawl, to drape over the shoulders.
This scarf emerged as a response to a poem I recently wrote, which speaks of Heron and how those sacred birds have called to me. There will be a short video based on my Craft practise with the words of the poem alongside the stages from wool to weft posted on my social media shortly.
- Hand wash using warm water and natural soap, dry flat
- Some shedding of natural fibres is normal, along side an Earthy scent
- Store in a clear plastic bag if you are planning to store the piece for long amounts of time to protect from clothes moths
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