Handwoven Stole~ Pure Kala Cotton to comfort you through your daily chores and cleverly placed intricate motifs to lend a sense of tradition. Complete your outfits with stoles by the Vbakar Community of Kutch.
The kala cotton yarn is organic cotton (desi cotton) of India, surprisingly surviving over centuries. The yarn is handspun by village ladies in Bhuj, Gujrat. This stole is hand dyed in organic black color made by rusting of iron in jaggery water. Then, it is woven by Vankar Weavers on Handloom in traditional Extra-Weft technique which is like Jamdani weave. The motifs are geometric and signify the simplicity of weaving class in Kutch region. The loom is heritage wealth of this weaving community. All weavers work in their looms at homes, and it gives employment to whole family. Eco - Friendly choice for conscious customers. The process of making fabric or yarn is zero carbon footprint.
Design Details: Handspun and handwoven Kala cotton stole with extra weft indigo Kutch Motif design
* Since this product is handwoven, handspun and hand dyed with vegetable colours, it may have slight irregularities, which are only a testimony of the human involvement in the process -- Kala Cotton farmers, ginners, spinners and weavers -- all of whom together convert the raw cotton into unique products.
* Please note that slight colour bleeding or rubbing may occur due to the traditional dyeing process involved.
Length - 78”
Width - 22”
Wash care instructions:
It is advisable to wash this garment separately and do not expose it to direct sunlight as it could lead to variation in colour.
Do not bleach
Iron or steam with warm heat
Separately hand wash