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100% HANDMADE PLANT DYED WOOL SCARF -DYED WITH INDIGO, MADDER AND SHELLAC

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Crafted from 100% organic Himalayan wool, this intricately handwoven scarf has a soft and luxurious feel against the skin. It’s made with eco-friendly plant ingredients Indigo, Madder and Shellac are used as natural dyes to give this scarf its beautiful colour. Perfect for adding a comforting layer of warmth on a breezy day, its lightweight and delicate construction means that it’s also suitable to wear during warmer months.

Size: Length 198 cms x  width 30 cms with 7cm tassels

Weave: Twill

The scarf is made with a blend of Himalayan wool sourced from local farmers, and fine merino. The yarn is first hand dyed with natural dyes and then hand woven into this beautiful scarf.

The scarf is certified by Craftmark as hand woven and hand-dyed.

There may be small variations in size as it is made on a handloom. There may also be some inconsistencies in weaving and dyeing, which add to the character of the scarf.

Based in Mussoorie and Dehradun in the Garhwal Himalayas, we make handwoven shawls stoles and scarves using sheep wool, pashmina and Yak wool. All are coloured with natural dyes

All our products are hand made. We hand dye yarn with natural dyes in village masrana which is 8 kms from Mussoorie on the way to Dhanaulti. we use a number of naturally occurring materials, most of which are plants. These include sappanwood, madder, tesu (flame of the forest), indigo, pomegranate, myrobalan (harada), henna and shellac.The weaving is done on traditional looms in villages near Dehradun, India