LINEN AND COTTON SCARF. TIE DYE
Linen and cotton scarf that can also be used as a sarong or shawl. Woven on handlooms and finished with hand-knotted fringes.
Tie dye is a variant of shibori, a Japanese technique used since the 8th century, which consists of tying a piece of fabric with a rope to create specific dyeing patterns across the surface that is exposed to the dye.
Loquat: Eriobotrya japonica, commonly known as loquat and obtained from the leaves of the trees in the Son Moragues orchard.
Acorn: Quercus Ilex or holm oak, obtained from the acorn caps of the trees in the estate's forests.
Indigo: Indigofera tinctoria, also known as indigo.
Note: Natural dyes can be very sensitive when in contact with substances with a high pH, such as a drop of lemon or vinegar. This might cause a permanent stain. If this ever happens we recommend you follow our motto and "embrace the stain!".
See more about how to care for this product and about possible color variations in products made with natural dyes.