Malian artisans add visual interest to gossamer thin cotton scarves with an updated bogolan, also known as mudcloth, dyeing process. The deep black dye contrasts boldly with the un-dyed white patterns, and with the long fringe, the scarf adds a strong visual element to a variety of ensembles.
The fabric is soft and thick, and is unlike anything you can buy in a store. Each swirl and shape is hand-waxed, and the scarf is finished with fringe on both ends.
Measuring 70"L x 16"W, the scarf can be styled in many ways, worn as a shawl, or even used as a table cloth. For best care, hand wash in cool water and air dry.
Country of Origin: Mali
Dimensions: 70"L x 16"W (measured to end of fringe)