Lightweight but still cozy, the Bari Scarf is made in India using traditional block-printing techniques. Wooden blocks are carefully prepared by master carvers, which are then dipped in dye and stamped onto the fabric. Each color/pattern combination requires a block and each scarf may need several block-prints to achieve the final design. Every step of the process from the design sketch, to the carving of the wooden blocks, to dye-mixing, to block-printing, to washing & drying, has been done entirely by hand, respecting a tradition that dates back thousands of years. The scarf is made in small batches in a women-owned factory. You get the perfect combination of history and style, resulting in a beautiful scarf you'll want to wear year-round.
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Materials: 85% cotton, 15% silk.
Designed in the USA by Bloom & Give, handmade in India.
About Bloom & Give
Bloom & Give donates 50% of their profits to programs that send girls to school in India where education is the most effective way for a girl to escape the cycle of childhood marriage, pre-teen pregnancy, and abuse. They partner with the grassroots program Educate Girls which targets the entire village community and typically increases enrollment to 90% within months, helping to undo centuries-old and deep-rooted traditional beliefs that stand in the way of girls' education.