Two narrow strips on the sides and a thick centre band mark this wide shawl with blue, white and orange.
Like our other scarves, it got its dye from nature and was woven by hand.
The weaver used old craft techniques for dyeing and weaving.
There are therefore many working hours in this wide shawl with blue, white and orange.
The yarn of the shawl is mid-thick you can enjoy wearing it all year round.
The threads are quite tightly woven so it protects well against the wind.
The fabric falls smoothly around your shoulders and can be combined with both casual and dressy clothes.
The overall feel is airy and comfortable.
It is a shawl that you will enjoy for years to come.
The fabric is made of rayon, also known as artificial silk or viscose.
The rayon was woven on a wooden loom.
The dye ended up on the scarf using age-old techniques.
That nature does not have to suffer in the making of this beautiful fabric is a big advantage.
The weaver who made the shawl can earn extra income during the months when there is no yield from the land thanks to the sale of her fabrics.
You are paying her a fair price for her work with this purchase.
This blue shawl with light blue and orange detail is tightly woven
No chemicals pollute the rivers at our weavers.
That’s because the yarns of this shawl are dyed with vegetable dyes.
The weaver used traditional methods to dye the yarn.
At 78 cm, the shawl is very wide.
You will appreciate this handmade accessory more and more.
Especially when you know it is entirely handmade.
As sustainable as can be
The fabric was woven by hand, thread by thread.
The wide shawl with blue, white and orange is made in the age-old Thai tradition where respect for nature and beauty are paramount.
Now that you know how much time was put into this shawl, it might be hard to part with it.
Still, it is a great way to put someone in the limelight with it.
The story shows how much care you put into picking out your gift.