Wondrous Weave

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Material  100% Wool, Silk Backing 
Shape  Oblong 
Size  188 x 51 cms
Making Hand Tied & Dyed (Bandhni), Handwoven Silk


The Bhujodi weavers live and breathe their art, something that is reflected in the woven art pieces that they create. Shearing of the sheep is done by the Rabari nomads living in and around the Great Rann of Kutch. A traditional spinning wheel also known as the charkha is used to spin the yarn.

Achieving the level of intricacy required in the weaving process, takes days, even months. The organic red dye was mixed in a large earthenware vat, a deeply meditative interlude according to the dyers. The bandhani patterns have been created by the Khatri dyers on the handmade fabric, and small round mirrors have been inlaid using embroidery by the Rabari women folk, to add value to this wool-silk piece. This wondrously woven stole is a must-have in your wardrobe.

Best advice is to Dry Clean Only. For best results to your delicate wools, it is highly recommended that you only dry clean. For a long life for all pure silk products, dry cleaning is recommended. For colors to not fade in all cotton products, gentle hand washing is recommended.
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Shannon Kiehn
New York, US

Such beauty ! Such creativity !!
— Shannon Kiehn
Alexa Babcock
Oklahoma City, US

I placed an order recently and received as a bonus, a small bag with bells and incense in it. It smells lovely.
— Alexa Babcock
Jenny San
Diego, US

Hi, I am wondering how I can find your face-wraps. I see your beautiful scarves, but can’t find your face-wrap that you advertised.
— Jenny San
Sandy Mikolaski
Bellevue, US

THANK YOU so much and I am so glad I found your website. Beautiful products!
— Sandy Mikolaski
Chicago, US

Birthday gift for a dear friend. My friend was thrilled with the lovely scarf. She loved the colors!
— Alice
Arun Goenka
Bangalore, India

Spectacular !
— Arun Goenka
New York, US

— Ellen