This scarf is a masterpiece of the Bhujodi weaving community from India's Kachchh Desert. This group has not only retained traditional natural dye techniques, they have expanded the palette and refined dyeing methods to gain fast, true colours. A century ago this high-quality weaving was only done for the local prestige market. Today Bhujodi weaving is recognized worldwide for its skill and beauty.
This scarf is woven from fine count cotton mixed with eri silk. The resulting cloth is animated with light and movement.
Fibre: 50% Eri Silk 50% Khadi Cotton
Process: Yarns naturally dyed by hand, handwoven by village artisans in Kachchh, India
Size is approx. 40cm (16”) wide x 185cm (73”) long
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