SK #LONG Wildflowers (M)


The Uzbek term for the process used in weaving ikat cloth is "abrband", literally translated as "to tie a cloud". The vision of silvery clouds across a field of gold is the perfect foil for Textile Designer Suneetha/Bhaavana's field of silk origami wildflowers and ribbon work butterflies. American jewellery artist Ronda Terry's kiln-fired dichroic glass button adds the perfect complementary sparkle.

Soak Up The Sun . . .

Main Fabric - Thai silk in a pattern of gold and silver geometric stripes

Lining - 100% silk charmeuse satin

Art Panel - Textile Designer Suneetha/Bhaavana's original work of silk origami wildflowers and ribbon work butterflies

Button - Kiln-fired dichroic glass by American jewelry artist Ronda Terry