Tai Lue Cotton Scarves

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Tai Lue Cotton Scarves

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Hand-spun, natural hand-dyed, and handwoven indigenous cotton from the Tai Lue ethnic group of Luang Prabang and Tai Lue artisan weaver, Savong, from Nayang Tai Village, Luang Prabang, Laos.

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* Currently ‘soft natural’ and ‘indigo river ripples’ are unavailable.

Ethnic Group/Weaver(s) + Color + Pattern + Size:

Tai Lue of Luang Prabang, Laos
• indigo river ripples - 70" x 16"
• grey raindrops with old gold edge - 77" x 15
• copper rose - 64" x 14"

Tai Lue - Savong (weaver) / Nayang Tai Village, Luang Prabang, Laos
• soft natural - 78" x 24.5"

Material: Hand-spun, natural hand-dyed, and handwoven indigenous cotton

Artisan Enterprise: Saoban Crafts, Vientiane, Laos

Care: Gentle wash or hand wash in cold water with mild soap. Do not soak. Line dry or tumble dry low. Iron as needed.

 

 Savong in front her display of scarves. She’s one of many weavers in Nayang Tai, a weaving village in northern Laos, who learned from an early age how to spin and weave.

Savong in front her display of scarves. She’s one of many weavers in Nayang Tai, a weaving village in northern Laos, who learned from an early age how to spin and weave.