Silk Chopstick Scarf

You’ll love it because: Simple, elegant, ultra-soft, eco-friendly, socially-responsible, it will very easily pair with anything in your closet!

Price:

$25.00

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Description

A plain weave in multicolour silk threads may look simple, but that is the point! Easy to weave, easy to wear, it’s a wonderful way to take back a little of Lao weaving tradition home with you.

This multicolour scarf is a popular gift item. The 100% silk scarf is dyed and woven at the Living Crafts Centre. Why chopsticks, you ask? The fine lines remind us of the clattering of chopsticks in bowls when our weavers pause for lunch time…

Additional information

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Color

Blue, Green, Grey, Pink, White

Made by:

Mrs. Sykai

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