Lolly, the namesake of LollyZip, was recently diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer. In honor of Lolly and all women (and men) fighting now, we are offering this beautiful scarf dedicating 10% of purchase to National Breast Cancer Foundation® to help at every step of the breast cancer journey . NBCF also promotes early detection and provides free mammograms for those in need.
Together let’s make a difference. Thank you, Jill Yvette Dybdahl, Founder and President of LollyZip, LLC
In the frozen chill of a Wisconsin winter, Jill could think of nothing but a field of apricot-colored tulips popping out of a bed of grape hyacinth to warm the soul. One of a series of three paintings, Spring Tulips I is printed on a 27" square scarf creating a joyful splash of heart-warming tulips popping out of a bluish backdrop. Accented with a happy blue and green border this scarf will bring sunshine to any outfit!
Scarf is digitally reproduced from original painting, acrylic on canvas, by Jill Yvette Dybdahl
100% Polyester Chiffon Scarf soft and luxurious, drapes well
27" x 27"
Beautifully packaged in 100% recycled material gift box.
Care: Wash separately in cool or warm water using a gentle machine cycle and phosphate-free detergent. Machine dry using a low temperature setting. If required, use an iron with a light touch on a synthetic setting only. Higher temperatures may result in color transfer and melting of fabric.
Ethical Manufacturing: Made in USA, Denver CO, by KnottyTie, Co. "Ethical practices, on-demand production and advanced textile printing using sustainable fabrics reduces waste and environmental impact. We care deeply about product quality and the environment so we make this product using a high-quality polyester chiffon fabric made from recycled plastic water bottles that mimics the look and feel of silk. We provide employment opportunities for refugees that match their existing skills - this way we can quickly help them achieve economic self sufficiency and overcome cultural and linguistic barriers. While we often start with basic sewing skills, we want refugee staff to learn valuable skills beyond sewing so they can ultimately merit higher pay, take on more challenging roles within the organization, and experience faster growth in their careers."