One of our big sellers was the Ohe Kapala bamboo-stamped silk scarves we offered for the first time this year, thanks to the classes Amy and I took from Dalai Tanahy at the Honolulu Museum of Art. You can see them in the post below. We had some that were the original cream color but the really popular ones were either dyed in soft warm pastels or bright Hawaiian colors of red/orange/green as well as a few ombre scarves in graduated colors. We plan to offer lots more of these in 2017.
Our devore and shibori sarves (which we wrap around a pole with string, compress and dip in dye to give us our designs) will be showing up under many Christmas trees this year if the givers don't keep them for themselves.
And our other new product in 2016, the shrug that doubles as a scarf, sold out at this show. Sorry, they went so fast we didn't even have time to take a picture. We'll be replenishing our stock for the Cherry Blossom festival the first Saturday in Februaruy in Waimea. If you want to find us there, we're inside at the Hawaiiann Quilt show in the building directly across from Kahilu theatre from 9-3.
the bamboo stamping is very much like the tattoo art so popular.
Your scarves are beautiful and now the weather being cooler, i will wear them!
Glad you had a good show !
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