Isle of Calm: Handwoven cotton scarf
Weaving by hand has its origins in the Paleolithic era. We wove and created fabrics before we actually counted time. This scarf in eggshell white and dim gray is a nod to that bit of timeless antiquity. It’s a soft cotton stole, hand-woven by weavers from the Kutch region in India. It’s a great addition to a wardrobe if you’re looking for something classic, elegant, and timeless.
- Dimensions: 80”x25”
- Material: Cotton
Caveat: Please allow for a few irregularities in this piece. Each piece is painstakingly handmade.
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