Handwoven Woollen Kutch Shawl With Dark Grey and White Pattern

This rich grey woolen shawl is hand woven and hand embroidered in Bhujodi Village, Kutch (India) by the "Vankars" or weavers of Kutch who travelled from Rajasthan centuries ago picking up and spreading weaving and embroidery traditions along the way.

It takes between 2-3 days to weave after which it is hand embroidered by tribal Rabari or nomadic women using a traditional stitch involving mirror and threads.

Size: 6.8 ft X 3.2 ft

Sourced responsibly and directly from the craft cluster, this shawl is part of a heritage of weaving where nomadic tribes weave colorful threads on the loom to make shawls and blankets for their community.

Washing Instructions: Dry Clean Only. Do not add chlorine or bleach. Do not use hot iron.