"The Ridge" The idea for the original art and inspiration came from the Autumn colours on The Ridge at Coffin Ridge Boutique Winery where I was able to paint on their lawn taking in all the colours in the area. I loved the Fall colours so much that it is the biggest reason I created a linen scarf. 

Autumn is an incredible time of year with some of the richest hues imagined. This Fine European Linen inspired by my original art. 100% linen, organic, and eco friendly dyes ♡ water never used to produce the scarves so there isn't damage to nature ♡ Abstract deep rich shapes and hues in this Autumn inspired piece can be worn as a scarf, shawl, sarong or skirt. It measures 27"x 76" and is even more wonderful after washing and laying flat to dry. There is something magical about linen that has that look like it has travelled and really had fun on adventures. When I see fine linen scarves I just can't help but think of Audrey Hepburn, big sunglasses and a red convertible. The scarf would be signed by me up the right side as I do with most of my creations. Coco Chanel quote has been written right into the scarf design.

"In order to be irreplaceable one must be always be different"

Coco Chanel

 

♡ European Linen Scarves designed in Canada by me the artist and made in Europe

♡I hope you enjoy wearing my "ART" all year long.

The Ridge

C$160.00Price
  • Linen clothes as all other linen textiles washed in lukewarm temperatures. Shrinkage may occur if washed in hot water above 40C. This is not recommended.

    Dry your linen clothes flat as hangers or clips could cause marks.

    Enjoy and embrace to wonderful look of linen with its bit of wrinkles and softness. I think linen looks the very best when it is not flattened out with out that look of being warn and having fun blowing in the breeze.

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Darlene Watson

144 Breadalbane Street, South, Southampton, Ontario, Canada

darlenewatsonartist@gmail.com

519-760-0265

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