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Hand dyed cotton shawl using a traditional dye technique called Bandhani (tie dye). Very small dots of the cloth are tied with string to resist the dye. The center of the shawl has fewer dots and are more dense at each end (see photo detail 1). The white fabric is then dyed with natural indigo. Along each edge there are larger tie dyed circles in a salmon pink. The shawl has a interesting puckered texture due to the dye process. This lightweight cotton can be worn a a scarf too. A very nice weight for all seasons.
Size: approx. 34” x 68” with a fine twisted 3" fringe.
Care: dry clean to retain the texture.
Country of origin: India