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A deliciously soft, warm wrap. Handwoven of merino wool and silk by women from the village of Sukna, in the foothills of the Himalayas.
The shawl is colored with environmentally friendly, vegetable dyes. That happens at Avani, an organization of local residents of the Kumaon region in the foothilles of the Himalayas. The weavers of this scarf live in a remote village, and are given the opportunity to be economically independent by weaving scarves for a fixed salary.
The silk used is the so-called Eeri silk. A species in which the caterpillars have left the silk cocoon before the cocoon is used to spin silk.