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cotton indigo blue scarf with raindrops


  • Cotton scarf with raindrops
  • Handspun
  • Woven by hand
  • With blue indigo paint from nature
  • your charity
  • Superior quality
  • does not itch
  • Can be worn all year round
  • Cotton
  • Length: 2 m 10 cm
  • Width: 37 cm
  • Weight: about 350 grams

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It couldn’t be more sustainable

This indigo blue cotton scarf with fine raindrops has its own story.
Knowing how this scarf was made will make you enjoy it with even more respect.
Because this pure scarf is completely natural and sustainably made.
It is made according to the ancient Thai tradition where respect for nature and beauty are paramount.
The indigo blue of this scarf is interrupted by white raindrops.
It is made by hand in a traditional way.
And there is only 1 copy of it.

It took three baths in natural indigo dye to give the scarf its mid-blue color.
White raindrops were made by binding off pieces of yarn before dipping in the dye bath.
Look closely and you can see how the uneven threads are nicely woven together.
Because the yarn is spun by hand, the thread is not equally thick everywhere, which gives the scarf extra structure.

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The thickness of the yarn is medium. This makes the scarf suitable for all seasons.
This beautiful scarf falls smoothly around the shoulders and feels soft.

About the cotton scarf with raindrops

This scarf is finely and airy woven so that it is an ideal scarf for the early and late season and the summer months.
It is a lovely leisure scarf that feels comfortable and falls smoothly.
The longer you wear it, the more attached you become to it.
Due to its structure and story, you are guaranteed to enjoy this sustainable gift from nature for years to come.

It couldn’t be more natural

No machine was used to make this scarf.
Everything is handmade.
The scarf is colored with dyes that come directly from nature to the weaver.
It is the result of days of work with care for detail and beauty.

This is the process from cotton to scarf.

katoenvelden bij Sakon NakhonThe cotton of this scarf is hand picked in the countryside in Sakon Nakhon (province in northeast Thailand).

het spinnen van het garenAfter plucking the cotton, a weaver made long threads of it.
If you look closely at the scarf you can see the uneven thickness of the threads, no machine can copy this.

garen droogt na het vervenThe yarn is dyed in dyes that come straight from nature.

achter het weefgetouwAfter which our weavers made this beautiful scarf.

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