This cloth made by Indigo people is large enough to serve many purposes. It is perfect as a scarf, and can also be used in home decorating to add some indigo to the room!
The pattern is made using a technique known as mud printing. The fabric is marked up with mud and the fabric is dyed. After dying the pattern will show when the mud is washed of the fabric, leaving parts of the cotton un-dyed. The technique is ancient and is most likely one of the oldest ways used to make patterns on fabrics.
- Indigo People Stole/Scarf Ginga. - Measures 210 cm long and 115 cm wide. - 100% cotton. - Dyed using natural indigo. - Mud-printed pattern.