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Designed by Calcutta-based Maku textiles, this stole is handwoven in very fine handspun cotton (khadi) and has a 1000 small motifs created by the weaver directly on the loom. This style of weaving is known as "jamdani" and is a traditional weave found in West Bengal and Bangla Desh.  It is natrually dyed in indigo and handwoven by weavers in rural West Bengal. It is soft, luxurios and playful, with pom-poms around the edges.

Maku Indigo Jamdani "1000 designs" stole: Product
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