Detroit Map Scarf, Packard Plant Engineering Blueprint Bamboo Pashmina
Packard Plant Engineering Blueprint Scarf, Detroit Map Bamboo Pashmina. The shell of the Packard Plant still remains in Detroit and is one of the city's most explored and photographed abandoned structures, and as of this year, it's finally on the path to redevelopment! (We also hear there were a couple legendary parties there in the 90's that we may or may not have had the pleasure of attending...) Painstakingly redrawn in-house from the original 1942 and 1944 engineering blueprints.
- Pattern: Packard Plant Engineering Blueprint
- Fabric: Bamboo viscose
- Texture: Woven linen-like.
- Weight: Perfect for all seasons.
- Printing ink: Non-toxic, waterbased ink.
- Scarf size: 74" x 28" with 3" tassels on both ends.
- Print size: 14.5" x 25" at one end.
- Color: Many! Your choice from dropdown menu.
- Care: Hand wash cold; lay flat or hang to dry.
- Creases and folds? Iron high.
Founded in 1899, The Packard Motor Car Company was a luxury automobile brand based in Detroit Michigan, with the last being built in 1958. Whether you're an engineer, architect, or lover of all things automotive, show your Motor City pride with a Packard Plant Blueprint scarf!
Shown: Gold printing ink on black and charcoal. Original illustration. Hand-printed in the USA in our Detroit, Michigan studio.
Make this design uniquely yours by choosing custom ink and fabric colors.
If you would like help from the pros when choosing custom colors to match please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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