Since I had fun creating a design from scribbles drawn with my resist bottle for my last scarf, I decided to do it again, using my favorite color combination, purple and teal. Here's the border - the resist is drawn in a continuous line of waves and loops.
More curves and loops cover the inside. I'm drawing and painting in small sections, trying to paint in the areas while the resist is still wet and more visible. When it dries it really disappears into the silk. In the previous scarf, I had forgotten about the disappearing trick, and I did all the resist drawing at one time. When it came time to paint, with the resist totally dry, I had to put my head at all kinds of angles for the light to hit my resist line just right, so I could see it! I've learnt my lesson now.
I'm not sure yet what my third color will be... I'll decide when I've finished this step of painting.