Naturally-dyed Scarf + Earrings Combo: Campeche + Indigo

This is a very special combo with our favorite repurposed shawl and jade + silver earrings, both with naturally-dyed cotton finishings. The threads used for the earrings are slightly different from the grey tone of the scarf because of its soft gradient resulting from the intentionally uneven dyeing process with Campeche (logwood) and Indigo.

We made five variations of this scarf + earrings combinations in different naturally-dyed hues. Corte Wraps are as always hand-embroidered all along the edges by our embroidery artisan partners in Sumpango. The earrings are handmade by our friends at Xibalba using the same naturally-dyed cotton prepared for us at Lake Aitltán. 

A fusion of traditions and mediums, all coming together to represent the beauty of Guatemala.

The earrings have been left extra long (about 8 inches), as long as the quetzal's tail, we like to say. We thought this would be a nice way for each person to customize their earrings, by cutting them to their desired length. 


Earring Measurements:

Jade bead: 0.25 inch

Thread: 8 inches, please cut to your liking.


Scarf Measurements:

Width: 26 inches

Length: 65 inches plus 5 inches of macramé fringing on each end

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