Hand dyed cotton Bandhani scarf by Jabbar Khatri, an internationally acclaimed fold artist of Gujarat, India. Bandhani (tie dye) is a traditional dye technique where very small dots of the cloth are tied with string to resist the dye. The white fabric is then dyed with natural indigo. The scarf has a slightly puckered texture due to the dye process. Can also be worn as a shawl. Colors- rich deep navy blue with stark white dot pattern. This is a hand dyed item and caution should be used when wearing light colored garments until certain all dye has been rinsed away. Read more about Jabbar here.
- Hand dyed with natural indigo
- Size: approx. 38" x 80”
- Can be work as a scarf or shawl
- from India
Care: gentle cold water hand wash & line dry.
See more of Jabbar's work here.