Passion Flower Silk Kimono Robe
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Passion Flower Silk Kimono Robe

$144.00

100% silk chiffon short kimono digitally printed with passion flower design, hand beaded, one of a kind.

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This 100% silk cover is made from three silk chiffon scarves, digitally printed by artist.
The image is a digitally altered photograph of blossoming passion flowers. Two 11″ x 48″ scarves create this softly flowing cover-up with short kimono sleeves. Hand beaded on all edges with lavender glass beads.

The silk is steam set after printing for color stability.

Measures 20″ across front and back, 24″ shoulder to hem. 7″ x 11″ sleeves. Fits sizes 4-10

A one-of-a-kind gift for the holidays, or any day.

Features…
-one of a kind floral design in red, orange, green and yellow
-lightweight and sheer 100% silk chiffon
-soft and flowing with a beautiful drape
-open front, side slits
-generous arm holes and sleeves
-versatile beach cover up, resort, wedding, lingerie, all occasion layering piece
-individually printed, hand sewn and hand beaded by Sandy and Gini

Washable. To prolong life of silk, hand wash in cold water and white vinegar.  Do not soak. Hang in shade to dry.
Machine washing okay, but not recommended. If machine washing, use a mesh bag. 1/2 cup white vinegar + 2 teaspoons salt works better than any laundry detergent. http://theheartysoul.com/diy-natural-laundry-detergent/

 

Gini Holmes
is a traditionally trained print maker who loves combining traditional with experimental printing techniques.
She has many works in private collections in the United States and Abroad.

She enjoys creating clothing and accessories from fabrics she finds in thrift stores. She either directly upcycles the fabric into a new garment, or manipulates it through different textile techniques, including:
Digital printing from a personal design
Printing with found objects
Botanical printing
Breakdown surface printing
Dyeing

No printing is ever the same, making each item unique.

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