Cotton-Silk extra-weft bhujodi - indigo, flame of the forest, iron
This is a tussar silk-cotton handwoven scarf, designed and handmade by Dilip Kudecha, son of well-known master weaver Dayalal Kudecha, based in the Kachchh region of Gujarat, India, a region renowned for its rich textile tradition. The border is inlaid with a supplementary tussar silk weft motif while the cotton and silk threads are still on the loom. It is finished with hand-twisted tassels, and hand-dyed with natural dyes indigo, flame of the forest (tesu) flowers and iron.
Material and Dimensions
Tussar Silk and cotton, handwoven
Measures 22" by 72".
Gentle hand wash in cold water. Do not soak. Drip dry in shade.