I took an original Chinese watercolor painting done by my grandmother
and created a unique pattern on photoshop for a scarf design. A layout
of 4 scarves were printed on silk fabric with a momaki printer. After 24
hours of drying, the fabric was peeled from the paper sheet and put
into a steamer for a half an hour. After that, the scarves were hand
washed with a cold/warm water cycle and fabric detergent. Each scarf is
unique by the way the pattern was created on photoshop, and the way it
responds to the steam and water cycle. The fabric was then cut into
individual scarves and seams were sewn onto them. After a good iron,
the scarf is ready to be worn!
A similar design was printed to be used for the lining on the inside of a black jacket.