Fun Scarf | 776 | Emi Ito


This long, colorful “Fun Scarf” made by fiber artist and weaver Emi Ito of Bath, Maine is handwoven from wool, cotton, and silk in a wide variety of colors and textures.

Measures: 76″L

Washing Instructions: Gently hand wash with cold water and mild soap. Wash separately as excess dye may be present. Gently press down to remove excess water, and lay flat until dry.

This item is found at the Center for Maine Craft in West Gardiner.

1 in stock

Emi Ito
Bath, Maine

Weaver Emi Ito moved to the United States from Japan 12 years ago and began freestyle Japanese weaving known as Saori after her arrival. The Saori aesthetic encourages weavers to improvise designs and materials, rather than weave a decided pattern. Emi uses both colorful yarns and earthy hand-dyed fibers in her work and considers the process of weaving to be as much a part of the art as the finished textile. Saori is a Zen concept meaning “each thing has its own unique quality.”

Shipping Measurements

Weight 0.5 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 4 × 2 in

Wool, Silk, Cotton