Our ZERO waste 100% organic super soft double muslin scarves are designed, captured and made in Tasmania, Australia. Our earthy nature-inspired scarves are unique to SQ and printed using Eco water based inks they're dreamy and make the perfect gift or accessory to a capsule wardrobe.
The Gauze is sometimes referred to as muslin or cheesecloth. This gauze crinkles when washed, resulting in a breathable, textured fabric perfect sticky summer days. This design was inspired by the Tessellated Pavement.
Tessellated Pavement is found in only a few places on earth, Tasmania is home to one of the best examples impressive geological wonders. Looking at this rock formation it’s hard to believe it was created by nature and the elements are not man made.
The tiled rocks are a stunning sight formed mostly of siltstone that formed about 300 million years ago. Essentially, the rocks were fractured by the movement of the Earth and resulted in what is called jointing. Jointing itself is not incredibly uncommon, but the presence of salt crystals and consistent erosion by the Tasman Sea’s waves and sediment deepened the pattern to give it its startling appearance.
The pavement is near the small town of Eaglehawk Neck, which is considered the hub for many attractions of the Tasman Peninsula, such as the Port Arthur Historic Site. It is a 1 hr. drive south of Hobart and a popular region for tourists to visit.
Size: approx. 25 cm wide (double sided) x 180 cm long approx.
- Bee friendly
- Made in Tasmania, Australia
- Ethical production, ZERO waste, sweatshop FREE
- Gift boxed
- Konica inks
Care - Machine wash warm or cool on a gentle/delicate setting, using phosphate-free detergent. Machine dry on a low temperature setting. Iron on the reverse side of the fabric.
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Did you know... this packaging is Tasmanian made?
The box is comprised of 30% recycled content along with 70% kraft board, manufactured by Opal Fibre Packaging in Northern Tasmania.
The packaging concept, creative design and printing is produced at
Think Big Printing, a locally owned business.