SAMPLE SALE: THE HANDWOVEN COWL
$20.00 $48.00Shipping + Returns
This garment is part of our Sample Sale and is a *FINAL SALE*. Garments may have small fabric defects, weave inconsistencies or have been worn during a photoshoot. This item is Ready to Ship!
A cowl made from our all time favorite handwoven, Mid-Weight fabric! It's offered in natural cotton, as well as all of our hand-dyed colors in collaboration with Black Sheep Goods here in Nashville. The fabric is warm yet breathable and suitable for all seasons. It's the perfect accessory to keep your neck cozy!
- Dyed in small batches right here in Nashville, TN by Ashley Owens of Black Sheep Goods
- Each cowl is completely unique with a gradient of organic color movement through each hand spun yarn
- Please note that colors may vary from each dye pot, but we tried to capture the most true color of each option we carry
- Mid-Weight Handwoven fabric
This cowl is made from raw, minimally processed cotton yarn that is spun and dyed by hand. You can expect slight variation in aesthetic due to the hand spun fibers and handwoven nature of this fabric.
Care: Machine wash cold, do not bleach, tumble dry low, warm iron if needed. All our fabric is pre-washed + shrunk to ensure quality and care standards.
Fibers: 100% Cotton, Hand Spun and Handwoven in Indonesia
Designed, Cut and Sewn in Nashville, TN
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THE HAND MARBLED SCRUNCHIE
100% of your purchase will go to the Asian American Advocacy Fund.
This item is Ready to Ship!
In collaboration with Teresa Hays Textile Studio, we bring you our first scrunchies! And these are not just any scrunchies, these are hand marbled Scruchies! They are available in two materials: Cotton Canvas and Silk Broadcloth.
Each one is unique in design using Sage, Black, and Ivory paints to create a marbled pattern.
We've worked with Teresa Hays for many years on marbled garments and are so happy to now carry her accessories in our shop.
Care: Hand wash or Spot Clean. Lay flat to dry.
Fibers: 100% Cotton and 100% Silk
Hand Marbled and Sewn in Columbia, TN by Teresa Hays