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  • Ikat weaving The Ikat technique is a resist dyeing process applied on the yarns prior to dyeing and weaving the fabric. It starts by binding the designed pattern on the weaving yarns with tight wrapping. After repeatedly dipped the bound yarns in natural indigo to reach the dark blue colour, the bindings are then removed to create the pattern directly on the handloom. Natural Indigo Dye To get a deep dark blue colour, the weaving yarns are dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the yarns are dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time. Product Description: Length 195cm, width 58cm, tassels, 100% cotton, handcrafted in Laos. (This article is hand woven, manually dyed and washed after weaving; the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ) Click here to see the natural indigo dye process
  • YUMI SCARF - hand loomed ikat
    Ikat weaving The Ikat technique is a resist dyeing process applied on the yarns prior to dyeing and weaving the fabric. It starts by binding the designed pattern on the weaving yarns with tight wrapping. After repeatedly dipped the bound yarns in natural indigo to reach the dark blue colour, the bindings are then removed to create the pattern directly on the handloom. Natural Indigo Dye To get a deep dark blue colour, the weaving yarns are dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the yarns are dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time. Product Description: Length 190cm, width 38cm, tassels, 100% cotton, handcrafted in Laos. (This article is hand woven, manually dyed and washed after weaving; the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ)
  • YUKI SCARF - hand loomed ikat
    Ikat weaving The Ikat technique is a resist dyeing process applied on the yarns prior to dyeing and weaving the fabric. It starts by binding the designed pattern on the weaving yarns with tight wrapping. After repeatedly dipped the bound yarns in natural indigo to reach the dark blue colour, the bindings are then removed to create the pattern directly on the handloom. Natural Indigo Dye To get a deep dark blue colour, the weaving yarns are dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the yarns are dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time. Product Description: Length 200cm, width 58cm, tassels, 100% cotton, handcrafted in Thailand. (This article is hand woven, manually dyed and washed after weaving; the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ)
  • YOKI SCARF - hand loomed ikat
    Ikat weaving The Ikat technique is a resist dyeing process applied on the yarns prior to dyeing and weaving the fabric. It starts by binding the designed pattern on the weaving yarns with tight wrapping. After repeatedly dipped the bound yarns in natural indigo to reach the dark blue colour, the bindings are then removed to create the pattern directly on the handloom. Natural Indigo Dye To get a deep dark blue colour, the weaving yarns are dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the yarns are dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time. Product Description: Length 200cm, width 58cm, tassels, 100% cotton, handcrafted in Laos. (This article is hand woven, manually dyed and washed after weaving; the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ)
  • YARI NECKTIE - hand loomed ikat
    The fabric of this handmade necktie is created by highly experienced artisans on handloom following the authentic ikat technique. The yarns are multiple dipped in natural indigo to achieve the deep blue colour. Every single item is created passionately with love. Product Description: Length 150cm, 100% cotton, handcrafted in Laos. (the fabric of this article is hand woven, manually dyed and washed after weaving, the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ)
  • Ikat weaving The Ikat technique is a resist dyeing process applied on the yarns prior to dyeing and weaving the fabric. It starts by binding the designed pattern on the weaving yarns with tight wrapping. After repeatedly dipped the bound yarns in natural indigo to reach the dark blue colour, the bindings are then removed to create the pattern directly on the handloom. Natural Indigo Dye To get a deep dark blue colour, the weaving yarns are dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the yarns are dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time. Product Description: Length 200cm, width 60cm, 100% cotton, made in Thailand. (this article is hand woven, manually dyed and washed after weaving, the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ) Click here to see the ikat weaving process.
  • TSURU SCARF - hand loomed open weave
    Open weave The open weave is a plain weave with an open texture that is created on the two treadle handloom. The weaving yarns must be thickened with rice powder before weaving to gain extra volume. After the textile is woven, the rice powder gets removed by soaking the textile in water. The yarns regain the original thickness and gaps appear between the yarns that create the open weave. The open weave can be worn throughout the seasons. During the chilly spring evenings, the airy texture gives a comfortable warmness whilst the air between the gaps create extra warmth for the cold months. The red stripes at both ends of the scarf are dyed in vegetarian dyestuff. Natural Indigo Dye To get a deep dark blue colour, the weaving yarns are dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the yarns are dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time. Product Description: Length 180 cm, width 45cm, tassels, 100% cotton, handcrafted in Laos. (This article is hand woven, manually dyed and washed after weaving; the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ)
  • TSUBASA SCARF - mud resist block print
    Mud resist printing Mud resist printing is a resist dyeing process applied to the finished textile, following the block print method. Block print is created by using a handmade wooden block to apply a mixture of mud and tree gum on fabric. The mud resists dye during the indigo dipping. Once the mud is removed after the dyeing, the printed area remains its original base colour. Natural Indigo Dye To get a deep dark blue colour, the scarf is dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the scarf is dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time. Organic Cotton The base fabric is made from organic cotton. Product Description: Length 200cm, width 50cm, 100% organic cotton, handcrafted in India. (This article is hand printed, manually dyed and washed after crafting; the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ)
  • TSUBA SCARF - hand loomed ikat
    Ikat weaving The Ikat technique is a resist dyeing process applied on the yarns prior to dyeing and weaving the fabric. It starts by binding the designed pattern on the weaving yarns with tight wrapping. After repeatedly dipped the bound yarns in natural indigo to reach the dark blue colour, the bindings are then removed to create the pattern directly on the handloom. Natural Indigo Dye To get a deep dark blue colour, the weaving yarns are dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the yarns are dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time. Product Description: Length 200cm, width 50cm, 100% cotton, made in Thailand. (this article is hand woven, manually dyed and washed after weaving, the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ)
  • Ikat weaving

    The Ikat technique is a resist dyeing process applied on the yarns prior to dyeing and weaving the fabric. It starts by binding the designed pattern on the weaving yarns with tight wrapping. After repeatedly dipped the bound yarns in natural indigo to reach the dark blue colour, the bindings are then removed to create the pattern directly on the handloom.

    Natural Indigo Dye

    To get a deep dark blue colour, the weaving yarns are dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the yarns are dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time.

    Product Description:
    Length 180cm, width 35cm, 70% cotton / 30% rayon, made in Thailand. (this article is hand woven, manually dyed and washed after weaving, the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ)

    Click here to see the ikat weaving process.
  • Ikat weaving

    The Ikat technique is a resist dyeing process applied on the yarns prior to dyeing and weaving the fabric. It starts by binding the designed pattern on the weaving yarns with tight wrapping. After repeatedly dipped the bound yarns in natural indigo to reach the dark blue colour, the bindings are then removed to create the pattern directly on the handloom.

    Natural Indigo Dye

    To get a deep dark blue colour, the weaving yarns are dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the yarns are dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time.

    Product Description:
    Length 180cm, width 35cm, 100% cotton, made in Thailand. (this article is hand woven, manually dyed and washed after weaving, the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ)

    Click here to see the natural indigo dye process
  • Ikat weaving The Ikat technique is a resist dyeing process applied on the yarns prior to dyeing and weaving the fabric. It starts by binding the designed pattern on the weaving yarns with tight wrapping. After repeatedly dipped the bound yarns in natural indigo to reach the dark blue colour, the bindings are then removed to create the pattern directly on the handloom. Natural Indigo Dye To get a deep dark blue colour, the weaving yarns are dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the yarns are dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time. Product Description: Length 160cm, width 20cm, tassels, 100% cotton, handcrafted in Indonesia. (This article is hand woven, manually dyed and washed after weaving; the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ) Click here to see the natural indigo dye process
  • TATSU BANDANA - batik screen print
    Batik printing The graphic design of this bandana is manually printed following authentic batik technique. Using hot wax the artisan applies the artwork directly on the fabric to resist dye. After multiply dipped in natural indigo the bandana is boiled in hot water to remove the hot wax and the artwork appears on the bandana. Due to the manual printing and indigo dyeing process, imperfection occurs on the printed artwork that marks the unique appearance of each single item. Natural Indigo Dye To get a deep dark blue colour, the fabric dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the fabric dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time. Product Description: 50x50cm, 100% cotton, handcrafted in Indonesia. (This article is handmade and manually dyed. The length, width and color of each item may vary and differ)
  • Ikat weaving The Ikat technique is a resist dyeing process applied on the yarns prior to dyeing and weaving the fabric. It starts by binding the designed pattern on the weaving yarns with tight wrapping. After repeatedly dipped the bound yarns in natural indigo to reach the dark blue colour, the bindings are then removed to create the pattern directly on the handloom. Natural Indigo Dye To get a deep dark blue colour, the weaving yarns are dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the yarns are dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time. Product Description: Length 200cm, width 60cm, 100% cotton, made in Thailand. (this article is hand woven, manually dyed and washed after weaving, the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ) Click here to see the ikat weaving process.
  • TAKUMI SCARF - hand loomed ikat
    Ikat weaving The Ikat technique is a resist dyeing process applied on the yarns prior to dyeing and weaving the fabric. It starts by binding the designed pattern on the weaving yarns with tight wrapping. After repeatedly dipped the bound yarns in natural indigo to reach the dark blue colour, the bindings are then removed to create the pattern directly on the handloom. Natural Indigo Dye To get a deep dark blue colour, the weaving yarns are dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the yarns are dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time. Product Description: Length 200cm, width 58cm, tassels, 100% cotton, handcrafted in Thailand. (This article is hand woven, manually dyed and washed after weaving; the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ)
  • TAIRU SCARF - mud resist block print
    Mud resist printing Mud resist printing is a resist dyeing process applied to the finished textile, following the block print method. Block print is created by using a handmade wooden block to apply a mixture of mud and tree gum on fabric. The mud resists dye during the indigo dipping. Once the mud is removed after the dyeing, the printed area remains its original base colour. Natural Indigo Dye To get a deep dark blue colour, the scarf is dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the scarf is dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time. Product Description: Length 190cm, width 50cm, 100% cotton, handcrafted in India. (This article is hand printed, manually dyed and washed after crafting; the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ)
  • Ikat weaving The Ikat technique is a resist dyeing process applied on the yarns prior to dyeing and weaving the fabric. It starts by binding the designed pattern on the weaving yarns with tight wrapping. After repeatedly dipped the bound yarns in natural indigo to reach the dark blue colour, the bindings are then removed to create the pattern directly on the handloom. Natural Indigo Dye To get a deep dark blue colour, the weaving yarns are dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the yarns are dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time. Product Description: Length 195cm, width 58cm, tassels, 100% cotton, handcrafted in Laos. (This article is hand woven, manually dyed and washed after weaving; the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ) Click here to see the ikat weaving process.
  • Ikat weaving The Ikat technique is a resist dyeing process applied on the yarns prior to dyeing and weaving the fabric. It starts by binding the designed pattern on the weaving yarns with tight wrapping. After repeatedly dipped the bound yarns in natural indigo to reach the dark blue colour, the bindings are then removed to create the pattern directly on the handloom. Natural Indigo Dye To get a deep dark blue colour, the weaving yarns are dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the yarns are dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time. Product Description: Length 200cm, width 60cm, 100% cotton, made in Laos PDR. (this article is hand woven, manually dyed and washed after weaving, the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ) Click here to see the ikat weaving process.
  • Mud resist printing

    Mud resist printing is a resist dyeing process applied to the finished textile, following the block print method. Block print is created by using a handmade wooden block to apply a mixture of mud and tree gum on fabric. The mud resists dye during the indigo dipping. Once the mud is removed after the dyeing, the printed area remains its original base colour.

    Natural Indigo Dye + double dipped

    To get a deep dark blue colour, the scarf is dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the scarf is dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time. After the indigo dye, the scarf is tied and dyed again in natural indigo.

    Organic Cotton Jersey

    The base fabric is made from organic cotton.

    Product Description:
    Length 200cm, width 50cm, 100% organic cotton jersey, handcrafted in India. (This article is hand printed, manually dyed and washed after crafting; the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ)

  • Batik printing The graphic design of this scarf is manually printed following authentic batik technique. Using hot wax the artisan applies the artwork directly on the fabric to resist dye. After multiply dipped in natural indigo the scarf is boiled in hot water to remove the hot wax and the artwork appears on the scarf. Due to the manual printing and indigo dyeing process, imperfection occurs on the printed artwork that marks the unique appearance of each single item. Natural Indigo Dye To get a deep dark blue colour, the fabric is dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the fabric is dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time. Product Description: 100x100cm, 100% cotton, handcrafted in Indonesia. (This article is handmade and manually dyed. The length, width and color of each item may vary and differ)
  • Batik printing The graphic design of this bandana is manually printed following authentic batik technique. Using hot wax the artisan applies the artwork directly on the fabric to resist dye. After multiply dipped in natural indigo the bandana is boiled in hot water to remove the hot wax and the artwork appears on the bandana. Due to the manual printing and indigo dyeing process, imperfection occurs on the printed artwork that marks the unique appearance of each single item. Natural Indigo Dye To get a deep dark blue colour, the fabric is dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the fabric is dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time. Product Description: 50x50cm, 100% cotton, handcrafted in Indonesia. (This article is handmade and manually dyed. The length, width and color of each item may vary and differ)
  • Mud resist printing The mud resist printing technique is a very old and authentic method from India. Mud resist printing is a resist dyeing process applied to the finished textile, following the screen print method. The graphic design of this scarf is manually printed following authentic mud resist technique. Using mud the artisan applies the artwork directly on the fabric to resist dye. After multiply dipped in natural indigo the scarf is washed in cold water to remove the mud and the artwork appears on the scarf. Due to the manual printing and indigo dyeing process, imperfection occurs on the printed artwork that marks the unique appearance of each single item. Natural Indigo Dye To get a deep dark blue colour, the weaving yarns are dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the yarns are dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time. Product Description: Length 100cm, width 100cm, 100% cotton, handcrafted in India. (This article is hand printed, manually dyed and washed after crafting; the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ)
  • Mud resist printing

    The mud resist printing technique is a very old and authentic method from India. Mud resist printing is a resist dyeing process applied to the finished textile, following the screen print method. The graphic design of this bandana is manually printed following authentic mud resist technique. Using mud the artisan applies the artwork directly on the fabric to resist dye. After multiply dipped in natural indigo the bandana is washed in cold water to remove the mud and the artwork appears on the bandana. Due to the manual printing and indigo dyeing process, imperfection occurs on the printed artwork that marks the unique appearance of each single item.

    Natural Indigo Dye

    To get a deep dark blue colour, the bandana is dipped about 10 to 20 times in a vat of indigo. The more the bandana is dipped in the natural indigo, the darker the blue colour will get. During the dyeing process, no chemicals are added. General wear, use and wash will fade the colour and each product will gain its unique appearance by time.

    Product Description:
    Length 50cm, width 50cm, 100% cotton, handcrafted in India. (This article is hand printed, manually dyed and washed after crafting; the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ)

  • SHINKO NECKTIE - hand loomed ikat

    The fabric of this handmade necktie is created by highly experienced artisans on handloom following the authentic ikat technique. The yarns are multiple dipped in natural indigo to achieve the deep blue colour. Every single item is created passionately with love.

    Product Description:
    Length 150cm, 100% cotton, handcrafted in Laos. (the fabric of this article is hand woven, manually dyed and washed after weaving, the length, width and colour of each item may vary and differ)