Scarf Pisces

Sometimes the name of the scarf comes before its birth, sometimes after. This time, I didn't know what I was going to do. I just picked colors that were in tune with my thoughts of the last time. Then a scarf was drawn, but I did not know what to call it. I thought that there would be something on the theme of the sea, ebbs and flows. Maybe the seabed. I looked at a lot of photos of the seabed and the underwater world when I was working on it. And suddenly, at some point, when I was making a scarf, I realized that I was stroking the side of a fish. I saw a three-meter fish in this scarf, with which I affectionately stroke the sides, rolling the wool. All variants of "marine" names have disappeared, the scarf turned out to be alive - the fish dictated its conditions.
And when the work on the scarf was already nearing completion, I suddenly realized that it should be called "Pisces", because it is about people who live in this energy, who slowly swim in the stream of life.
Only after a while I realized to see how the planets stood in the sky, when I devoted myself to work on the scarf with complete immersion. What was my surprise when I realized that in those days when I started work, there was a cluster of planets in Pisces!

The scarf carries the most subtle energies, it connects that world, the other, with ours - the real one. He talks about a space that seems inaccessible, distant and mysterious, although it is closely woven into our everyday life and influences it. However, as it should be for Pisces, this scarf is silent, it is more silent than it tells. It must be felt. To press the thinnest gentle silk to oneself and catch something inexplicable, barely audible... To feel the warmth of life at depth.

The scarf is made of the excuisite quality Italian silk and delicate merino wool. Decorated with wild silk Muga fibers.

Length: 2 m 62 cm // 9 ft
Width: 88 cm // 2ft 10 inch

Care Rules:
Dry clean or hand wash.

How to wash: gently wash by hand in warm water with shampoo or with a detergent for wool, then gently rinse in water at the same temperature. Stretch in a wet state to a rectangular shape and steam it with an iron. Hang to dry, after drying completely, iron again.
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