plant dyed scarves using wool, cotton gauze and linen. available in long scarves that wrap around and drape down as well as cute little neck scarves

Chartreuse Wool Gauze Scarf

Chartreuse Wool Gauze Scarf


A pale chartreuse yellow-green wool gauze scarf with raw edges. This scarf is made with 100% wool gauze and plant dyed using red onion skins. Wear it around your neck as a scarf or your shoulders as a shawl. It’s extremely versatile! The wool we use is very soft and breathable and not itchy on your neck at all. Each piece has natural variations and light mottling effects that add texture and an organic feel.


about the scarf

This scarf is made with soft and breezy wool gauze and dyed using red onion skins to create a pale yellow-green color. They are light weight and have lightly frayed raw edges. Each scarf is about 23" x 80" long when pressed flat.

Please allow up to one week for this item to be made for you. For current turnaround times, please get in touch here. Local pickup available upon request.

the process

Plant dyes create deep and complex shades that seem to subtly change with the light. Although the same recipe is used for each batch, no two pieces will be identical in color. Each step in the process of crafting this piece is done intentionally by hand in our Detroit studio. The result is an organic color and lightly textured piece that adds romantic and delicate beauty to any outfit.

scarf care

All scarves are steamed and gently folded before sending to you. Wool gauze is naturally wrinkly, so no need to press as that is part of the beauty of the fabric. Scarves can be hand washed using a pH neutral soap in tepid water. We recommend using Dr. Bronner's castile soap and hanging to dry.

sustainably crafted

We utilize sustainability conscious practices to limit water wastage and recycle greywater for plant watering. We work with restaurants to collect food waste to create beautiful dyes from onion skins and avocado pits, as well as with florists to utilize leftover flowers from events. All plant material is composted after dyeing. Rosemarine Textiles is committed to sustainable and ethical sourcing of all fabrics, dye materials and packaging. All packaging can be reused or recycled. Please feel free to contact us for any questions regarding our sustainability policies.

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