Naturally-dyed Footloom Scarf
Handloomed scarves handwoven with cotton dyed in two different shades of natural hues each. These scarves are especially soft because they are woven on a footloom, which allows for a lighter-weight weave. The fringes are finished with macramé details. Prepared from start to finish by our partner women weavers at Lake Atitlán.
We love how naturally-dyed hues soften with use - the dyed threads reveal beautiful nuanced characteristics. We actually think the colors get increasingly more beautiful with wear - we hope you will enjoy this piece for years to come.
Indigo: dyed with natural indigo
Plum: dyed with cochineal and mahogany
Mustard: dyed with local plants chamomile and pericón
Would you like to see a different hue? Let us know.
This item ships from Guatemala.
Width: 20 in / 51 cm
Length: 90 in /230 cm
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