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Maker Tori Tissell made her first literary scarf with a Pride and Prejudice theme as a gift when she was in grad school. The scarf was such a hit, handcrafting them soon became Tori’s full-time job. Tori and her husband Chris created STORIARTS to celebrate some of literature’s most beloved works, like Anne of Green Gables, Jane Eyre, and The Wizard of Oz, by making them wearable. The infinity scarves are warm and soft—because, of course, a bookish scarf has to be cozy—and are made in Oregon. Tori handpicks her favorite part from each book or poem and pairs it with a thematic color, like black for The Raven. Text and illustrations are heat-set screen printed to prevent fading. At first glance, it might look like any type of print, but closer inspection reveals the words that make it so special. Each scarf gives back to literacy programs, making it an even more meaningful piece for book lovers.

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Book Themed Infinity Scarf

Wearable Words

Maker Tori Tissell made her first literary scarf with a Pride and Prejudice theme as a gift when she was in grad school. The scarf was such a hit, handcrafting them soon became Tori’s full-time job. Tori and her husband Chris created STORIARTS to celebrate some of literature’s most beloved works, like Anne of Green Gables, Jane Eyre, and The Wizard of Oz, by making them wearable. The infinity scarves are warm and soft—because, of course, a bookish scarf has to be cozy—and are made in Oregon. Tori handpicks her favorite part from each book or poem and pairs it with a thematic color, like black for The Raven. Text and illustrations are heat-set screen printed to prevent fading. At first glance, it might look like any type of print, but closer inspection reveals the words that make it so special. Each scarf gives back to literacy programs, making it an even more meaningful piece for book lovers.
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Quick Questions

How are the excerpts chosen for the scarves?

They're chosen in a few ways. Some are sections from the book that do the best to highlight the overall story. Others are the most popular scene from the book. Yet another way is to take different parts from throughout the book (not just one page) and piece them together to tell the story. The maker, Tori, always re-reads the story before choosing the text to make sure she’s choosing the best passage.

Where are the illustrations on some of the scarves from?

The illustrations for the most part are originals drawn by the maker, Tori. The images for some of the licensed works (Tarzan, A Princess of Mars, and The Little Prince) are from the books and not drawn by Tori.

What about other titles, like Harry Potter, To Kill A Mockingbird, etc.?

Unfortunately these books are still under copyright and cannot be reproduced without licenses. Anything published before 1923 is considered public domain and not subject to copyright law.

Learn more about the product

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STORIARTS

Book Themed Infinity Scarf

Wearable Words

Maker Tori Tissell made her first literary scarf with a Pride and Prejudice theme as a gift when she was in grad school. The scarf was such a hit, handcrafting them soon became Tori’s full-time job.

Tori and her husband Chris created STORIARTS to celebrate some of literature’s most beloved works, like Anne of Green Gables, Jane
Eyre, and The Wizard of Oz, by making them wearable. The infinity scarves are warm and soft—because, of course, a bookish scarf has to be cozy—and are made in Oregon.

Tori handpicks her favorite part from each book or poem and pairs it with a thematic color, like black for The Raven. Text and illustrations are heat-set screen printed to prevent fading. At first glance, it might look like any type of print, but closer inspection reveals the words that make it so special. Each scarf gives back to literacy programs, making it an even more meaningful piece for book lovers.
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Quick Questions

How are the excerpts chosen for the scarves?

They're chosen in a few ways. Some are sections from the book that do the best to highlight the overall story. Others are the most popular scene from the book. Yet another way is to take different parts from throughout the book (not just one page) and piece them together to tell the story. The maker, Tori, always re-reads the story before choosing the text to make sure she’s choosing the best passage.

Where are the illustrations on some of the scarves from?

The illustrations for the most part are originals drawn by the maker, Tori. The images for some of the licensed works (Tarzan, A Princess of Mars, and The Little Prince) are from the books and not drawn by Tori.

What about other titles, like Harry Potter, To Kill A Mockingbird, etc.?

Unfortunately these books are still under copyright and cannot be reproduced without licenses. Anything published before 1923 is considered public domain and not subject to copyright law.

Learn more about the product

Book Themed Infinity Scarf see details