Indigo and White Tie-Dyed Scarf, "Infinite Indigo"
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Working to provide financial security and empowerment to Salvadoran women through employment, Jacqueline and Monica create beautiful textiles. This pretty scarf is crafted of 100% cotton and dyed with natural indigo dyes. The artisans use the itajime or shibori technique, a manual resist dyeing method, to create the patterns on the fabric. The scarf features bright white pompoms at both ends.
- 0.12 kgs
- 0.3 lbs
- 167.64 cm L x 64.77 cm W
- 66" L x 25.5" W
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"Stylish and useful"
This is a cute small bag that is useful and stylish when you dont need or want a heavy purse to carry.
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