These wonderfully practical garments are made by Tracy Yerrell of Victoria B.C. She uses cotton jersey which washes beautifully and has a lovely "drape". The prints are Tracy's own that she screenprints on. Use them as a quick cover up with any outfit. perfect for a little warmth on a summer's evening. Nursing mother's love them for discreet feeding. Wear with the seam down the left arm.These are from her Fused Clothing range.
Fused Clothing is Tracy's line of reworked garments that has been altered or edited in some way giving them a new lease on life. Using her original designs she alters the the pieces by either silk screening images onto them or embellishing them in some fashion or both. Each piece speaks to her & tellshere how it should be transformed, there is no formula, only magic. Each item is respectfully reworked, redone & remade resulting in the creation of wearable art.
Length approx 28 inches
A tippet is a scarf-like narrow piece of clothing, worn over the shoulders. It may also be likened to a stole in the secular rather than ecclesiastic sense of this word. Tippets evolved in the fourteenth century from long sleeves and typically had one end hanging down to the knees. (Wikipedia)