Creativity runs in textile and fashion designer Asta Masiulyte‘s blood. At an early age she watched her grandmother use the loom to make traditional Lithuanian quilts and observed her mother work at a knitting machine. Asta’s Touch is a series of scarves, inspired by how dye spreads out onto silk. Each scarf is made of natural silk and hand-painted with hand rolled hems. They are wearable art indeed . . .
(Asta Masiulyte silk scarves $347)
oh wow, these prints are incredible. love a print with a watercolour look about it. stunning as ever!
Augh, so stunning.
nice to see great work of fellow lithuanians in your great blog!
I love these prints!! so original
Wow, just gorgeous!
Absolutely lovely – Yup, I’m gonna have to get me one of these! I love the colors and the soft edges of each pattern . Just beautiful
I loved it !!!
I’m posting looks from Los Angeles and summer accessories:
My goodness the patterns are stunning.
Textiles are my most favorite thing ever…well one of my most favorite things ever. These are beautiful and the way they are photographed really does make them look like artwork. Someone could sell these prints as decor and do quite well with them! I know I want one <3
I’m from Lithuania! 😀 Cool
There is only one scarf available at the site you’ve linked. I’m not having any luck finding other sites where her scarves are sold. Any suggestions?
Quelles Réalisations Admirables ! Magnifique ! Félicitations.
So beautiful… 😉
really stunning designs
absolutely gorgeous ! it makes me impacient about seeing my own prints on fabric !
she’s a very talented girl !
Totally love the colours… beautiful!
All of these colors are stunning!
=O wow these are amazing! so creative =)