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Khao Niao Multicolor Scarf

You’ll love it because: Khao Niao means sticky rice in Lao, it’s local comfort food. This scarf is super soft, cosy and heartwarming, just like sticky rice!

Price:

$28.00

Description

Khao Niao means sticky rice, and this scarf’s softness and coziness remind us of the heartwarming, cozy comfort of digging into a basket of steaming sticky rice. The scarf features a textured diamond pattern, also known as Jacquard, created using 4 pedals on the loom. Plus, the bright colorway will bring a pop of color to your winter wardrobe!

The fibers are a blend of natural cotton and natural rayon. Handwoven by master weavers at the Living Crafts Centre. 

  • Material: Cotton/rayon 
  • Care Instructions: Hand wash in cool water, use mild soap
  • Dimensions: 38 cm x 180 cm

Additional information

WeightN/A
Color

Multi-Color-1, Multi-Color-2, Multi-Color-3, Multi-Colour-4

Made by:

Local Village Weavers

This product is made by weavers from villages nearby our  Living Crafts Centre!

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