Gentle Hex founder Hannah Hamilton actually reached out to me last summer. But being the poor inbox sorter that I am, I completely missed it till doing some Spring inbox cleaning this week. Hannah designs silk scarves that are digitally printed with images that she or her fellow artist friends have made. Patterns range from a dreamy watercolor to an ephemeral cyanotype of ramen noodles (blown-up to abstraction and quite the intriguing pattern). The digital printing process is actually much more eco-friendly than traditional printing processes, and Gentle Hex keeps the production of their scarves here in the USA. Each scarf is finished with a signature leather loop, which also doubles as a handy hangtag for storing your scarf on a hook. One can never have too many scarves, in my humble opinion.