Wild Iris 2 was inspired by a visit to Northeast Michigan, along the shores of Lake Huron. There’s a little creek off US-23 that runs through a roadside park and into the Great Lake. I often stop there and in June and part of July there are wild purple irises growing along the bank. This pattern is similar to the first Iris pattern I did, but I’ve filled in much of it with more color and color washes. The fabric is from North Carolinia. The scarf is sewn in Michigan. It is crepe de chine/chiffon and is colorfast and washable! It comes in two sizes: 34” x 52”, 23” by 23”,, and 26” x 69”. This pattern also comes in cotton/linen tea/bar towels, table runners, cocktail napkins, dinner napkins, and more. Click here to contact me about purchasing one of these renditions.