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It is difficult searching for genuine silk scarf these days, especially when there are several imitation materials and mislabelled products in the Maryland marketplace.
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For under $20 – you could have a beautiful silk scarf delivered to your Maryland door within 14 working days and be enjoying a beautiful authentic Thai silk scarf which will make you the envy of your friends.
Use the silk scarf as a gift or a wonderful addition to your own wardrobe!
To help those searching for the perfect silk scarf, here are facts and myths about silk products.
To create quality silk, the silkworms eat excessive amounts of fresh mulberry leaves.
Unlike other cultures, Thai silk starts the dyeing process before the weaving. This encourages producing rich colour and quality silk fabric.
The production or silk, also known as sericulture, has been practiced in Thailand for more than 3000 years.
Silk is a very fragile fabric. Actually, silk obtains resilient and durable qualities. If a single silk fibre and a steel wire of the same diameter were compared, they would both hold the same amount of strength.
By knowing the right way to care for silk, one can keep the product in original condition for many years.
A single silkworm moth lays approximately 500 eggs over the course of 4-6 days.
The width of handwoven silk is usually smaller than that of machine generated silk. Additionally, the width is limited to the size of the loom, and usually reaches 1m or less. A skilled weaver can produce up to 4m a day.
It takes about 8kg of cocoons or 5500 silkworms to create 1kg of organic silk.
Silk is difficult to care for. In actual fact, genuine silk resists stains and dirt. If you wish to clean your Thai silk, only dry or hand wash the silk in order for it’s condition to remain. Followed by drying indoors.
It takes the silkworms about a month to grow big enough to create a cocoon. The cocoon spinning operations takes roughly 3-5 days.
If a loosely woven silk is washed, it will tighten the weave, which will make the product look smaller.
Of all the silk fabric created in Thailand, 60% is completely handwoven.
Silk is uncomfortable.