New this year are wonderful and colorful dyed silk sarongs. I use mine as a scarf year-round, but one makes a great shawl for a little extra warmth, or a cover-up for beach wear. They're big -- 4 x 6 feet -- but light enough that they'll bunch up nicely and make a toasty scarf. Above, you can see a few of the possibilities!

These sarongs are 8mm Habotai silk (some of you will know what this means!). They can be machine-washed, and just get softer and more supple with wear. Click on any of the small images below to see a larger picture of each scarf, and a brief description.

ssarongWhite2OrangeT Silk Scarf or Sarong: Honeycomb
yummy and fun

ssarongIndigoT Silk Scarf or Sarong: Indigo Fold
classic indigo and white

silkRoseTrellisT Silk Scarf or Sarong: Rose Trellis
predominately red, but with lovely blue "trellises" running through it

silkOrangeShiboriT Silk Scarf or Sarong: Orange Shibori
a wonderfully bright scarf, with subtle shifts of color

silkRoseFlowersT Silk Scarf or Sarong: Rose Flowers
sweet and soft

sarong-indigo-fish-scalesT Silk Scarf or Sarong: Indigo and Scales
casual or elegant

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