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tiny dots - blue bandhani scarf

$105.00Price
  • Created by tying tiny knots in the fabric in a predetermined pattern and then dyeing. The knots are untied after the fabric has been dyed, washed and dried giving the scarf it's beautiful textured look. This technique of bandhani (India's answer to tie-dye) is very similar to Kanoko shibori, a Japanese tie-dye in which very tiny bits of cloth are bound with thread to create "dots" in a specific pattern. Japanese kimono cloth is dyed this way. 

    • 100% silk
    • pattern created by using bandhani (Indian tie-dye) surface design technique. 
    • Dimensions: 21" x 84"
    • Any variations or irregularities are part of the design and inherent to the hand-production process.
    • Created in Kuchchh, Gujerat, India by veteran artisans who have  received the UNESCO Seal of Excellence for 2006 and 2007, been invited to the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market many times. They have been finalists for the International Folk Art Alliance Living Traditions Award. 

    Any variations or irregularities are part of the design and inherent to the production process.