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Turquoise Print Short Fat Silk Scarf made from a repurposed Sari. 51"L x 8"W

Item Description

This silk scarf has been made from a recycled Sari. The background of the fabric is a beautiful turquoise shade (greenish) with a motif floral print in black and off-white.. The fabric is very smooth and silky. This scarf has double fabric with all seams inside and measures 51"L" x 8"W. I call this length and width of scarf a short fat scarf, still suitable for tying in a variety of ways or used on the head. One end of the scarf is different from the rest of the scarf, for an asymmetrical look. The black end of the scarf was part of the pallu (that drapes over the shoulder), and generally a little more ornate than the remainder of the Sari.

The scarf has been washed, pressed and is ready to wear in a variety of styles. These scarves are made from the best sections of used, mostly vintage, Saris and are limited to just a few of any one type of fabric. I check the fabric thoroughly and holes and tears are avoided, though minor blemishes may remain but not obvious.

To care for your Sari scarf simply wash in mild detergent in cool water, rinse and final rinse with boiled water left to go cold to keep your silk in nice condition, hang to dry. The scarf may be ironed with medium heat. This scarf has been cleaned, both washed and treated with UV light, pressed and is ready to wear. I have been making these scarves for many years and have sold several thousands of them via online, Farmers' Markets and Craft Fairs.

If you don't like the asymmetrical look of this particular scarf I have another one without the Pallu end on it in my store.

All scarves are sent with aftercare instructions.

Other recycled sik Sari scarves can be seen in this section of my store


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