The hand-woven Kutchi Stole can use the adjective majestic in the most righteous way. Woven in earthy bright shades using raw wool gives warmth even when the temperatures are dropping. The Stole is truly majestic not only for its looks but also for the involved process.
The men are engaged in weaving the Stole but the women prepare the warp thread. The yarns are first starched with wheat flour and wild onions to give them the right strength and durability. The threads are then combed to give them a coarse finish and this adds to the beauty of the Stole. The women rhythmically move their hands on the wand over the wooden frame called chautka. The process is tedious and thereby the end result is truly worth the effort. The intersection of tana and bana gives a blend of elegance and comfort on cozy winter mornings and amidst the hills when you are out for a mountain day out. Needless to say, it is one piece of its kind with a distinctly natural feel.
Wash Care: Dry clean only.
Additional Information Our products are handcrafted and hand-printed by skilled artisans. Slight irregularities and deviation in motifs, texture, and colour if any, are identities of handcrafted products. Appreciate the beauty that lies in imperfections.
The actual color of the product may vary slightly due to different screen brightness. colors also tend to look slightly brighter in photos due to camera lights.