This scarf has been handwoven in an ethically run co-operative in Gujarat, India. It is soft and beautiful and has been created with minimal impact on people or planet. It comes with a code so you can explore how it was made and get to know the people who made it.
This Ant Print scarf is a unique design from Where Does It Come From? The scarves have been created using soft, handwoven, khadi cotton and blockprinted by hand. They are, of course, ethically made and each one comes with its traceability code on the label. You can use this to explore how your new scarf was made and who was involved in making it.
Khadi is a soft, fine cotton fabric made famous by Mahatma Ghandi, who encouraged rural Indian people to produce their own cotton as part of his quest for a free India.
The scarves are approximately 2 metres long and 45 cm wide – some are slightly bigger. They are perfect as a summer stole or for wrapping round the neck for a warm and very decorative effect!
Garment care: Please wash at 30 degrees and iron with a cool iron on the reverse.
All of our clothing can be washed in a washing machine at 30 degrees. Iron on a low heat on the back of the fabric to protect the design.