Vraj:bhoomi! Your scarf is handcrafted using a contemporary "ajrakh" style of block printing by designer Bhoomi Dany, co-founder of the Ahmedabad-based design studio Vraj:bhoomi. Together with expert ajrakh artisans in the Kutch region of India, Bhoomi and her team have re-imagined the ancient and traditional art of ajrakh, which dates back to the Indus Valley civilization. Vraj:bhoomi works with Junald Khatri, son of world-renown ajrakh master artisan Ismail Khatri. The scarf is made from soft and breathabke 100% pure cotton and it is hand-bloock-printed using natural dyes.
To care for your hand-made item, please hand wash it separately in cold water using a mild detergent. Do nut use fabric softeners, bleach, or starch. Handle your item delicately. Do not soak or wring. Drip dry in shade. Any variations or irregularities are part of the design and inherent in the creation of this handmade item. Note: if your item is naturally dyed, it is likely that it will bleed during the first 2 or 3 washes as the excess dye gets washed off. To maintain the brilliance of the color, add a handful of salt to the first rinse.