This boxy top made is made with intention with a big dash of improvisation.

Show off how much you appreciate cell biology by wearing this top that depicts how chromosomes separate into two new nuclei!

Top part of blouse is screenprinted mitosis imagery on hand-dyed cotton fabric.

Bottom part of blouse is screenprinted imagery of the Milankovitch cycles and benzene molecules on hand-dyed organic cotton fabric.


This item is one of a kind.

My hand-dyed and printed garments are created in small batches with uniquely mixed color combinations. I endeavor to show as many photos as possible of each piece in natural light and from various angles so that you know exactly what you are going to receive. Variations and mottling in color are part of the design.


Mitosis and Milankovitch

  • SIZE: Medium. Model is a size 6.

    MATERIAL: Fabric is cotton(top) and 100% organic cotton(bottom)

    DYE: Fiber Reactive Procion Dyes

    INK: Textile fabric screenprinting ink

    CARE: This item was created using fiber reactive dyes and is sensitive to light and pH shifts. It has been thoroughly washed in a pH neutral soap to prevent color bleeding. Spot test before hand washing or spot cleaning with pH Neutral or gentle soap. Line dry away from sunlight. Item can be steamed or ironed on cotton/linen settings.

©2018 by Gretchen Schermerhorn.