There’s exceptional beauty in the willow+water boutique line of silk scarves, sarongs and kimonos.
It all starts with the TECHNIQUE…
Inspired and passionate about her work, founder and artist Heather Lane creates each piece herself, by hand, through the art of Shibori. Shibori is the Japanese art of dyeing, where fabric is compressed using wrapping, stitching or folding techniques that create a resist while dyeing.
The result is a beautiful and unique piece made with love, each and every time.
Then, with a continued commitment to detail through and through, each order is sent out in a raw pine keepsake box, with seed tags that made to be planted to grow wildflowers.
Then there’s the CAUSE…
For each silk sold, willow+water donates a silk to bring love and joy to children battling cancer, through its my silky project. The program is dedicated to providing the comfort of colorful silks to children battling pediatric cancer and other forms of disease. With each purchase of willow+water silks, a one-of-a-kind silky is donated to a warrior child and funds Color Workshops in Children’s Hospitals, to raise awareness for Childhood Cancer and promote creativity for those battling.
Heather’s work is fueled by the grandeur of a mother’s love for her own daughter, who, at just three months old, was diagnosed with childhood cancer.
The story, mission and work of willow + water are soul-stirring. Heather’s strength is sheer inspiration.
We hope you will support and share far and wide.
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