Lab Notes Scarf
Printed with an all-over design featuring lab notes to inspire you on your journey, this scarf is made in earth-friendly lightweight cotton for a classic look.
This design was drawn from a collection of notes taken by chemist, Ruth Maust during her PhD studies researching new carbon-based materials. In her words:
...most of my work was related to making polymers from circular molecules called "carbon nanohoops" (if you're familiar with carbon nanotubes, nanohoops are like slices of a nanotube). We can make carbon nanohoops with atomic-level precision (not yet possible for carbon nanotubes), so by stringing carbon nanohoops together in different ways, the idea was that we'd have a lot of control over the structure and properties of the final materials. The coolest part of working with these materials, which you unfortunately can't see here, is that they're super brightly fluorescent! - Ruth Maust
These organic cotton scarves have a soft touch to complete any outfit. Wear them around your neck, over your shoulders as a wrap, as a shayla headscarf, or as a beach sarong.
24" x 70" | 61 x 178 cm
|Material||100% organic cotton|
|Packaging||Recycled paper tag
Tied with upcycled material
|Sustainability||GOTS-certified 100% organic
Fair Trade Sewn
|Care||Machine wash cold gentle cycle, warm iron|
|Origin||Designed in Oregon
Made in India
These lightweight organic cotton scarves have a soft touch to complete any outfit. Wear them around your neck, over your shoulders as a wrap, as a shayla head scarf, or as a beach sarong.
Made in a Fair Trade Certified facility using high-quality GOTS-certified 100% organic cotton and eco-friendly dyes.
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