Cream cotton handloom stole by the artistic women at Desi Charaka from Bhimanakone, Karnataka. With colors extracted from vegetables dyes, these stoles are beautifully printed by the block printing technique to create beautiful abstract art designs on the cream cotton fabric surface. The stole ends are beautifully finished in neatly tied tassels. Desi charaka is an all women’s co-operative society that focuses on the use of organically made raw materials for the production of clothing and apparel through eco-friendly processes of natural and cost effective dyeing and weaving on a handloom.
•Suggested Normal wash with starch
•Do not squeeze or wring
•Dry on clean horizontal surface under shade
•Store in clean, dry place away from insects, duct, excessive light & moisture
•Color hues may slightly vary from that which appears in the image
•Minor irregularities is the uniqueness of handlooms & makes each piece exquisite