Blue is dark indigo or thin indigo, and beige is plum tree dye.
Horizontal stripes are randomly included, so you can enjoy different expressions depending on which end you are going to face in front.
It is unexpectedly active because there are many cold places in early spring and autumn, and places where air conditioning worked well in the summer. If wrapped a little around the neck, it also prevents sunburn and avoids direct sunlight so I think it will be useful in the coming season. How about 1 piece?
The warp threads are cotton threads with varying thickness, and the wefts are fine threads, weaving each with a plain weave after dyed in the state of thread. Since the weft is a thin silk thread, it is very soft to the touch. Since both ends are twisted with a tuft in a bundle and finished, even if you are using it for a long time, the tassel is hard to wear out.
Three mufflers were made with the same warp threads, but they are different grid patterns depending on how the weft thread enters. I would like to take a look at the other two as well.
Because weft thread is thin, as we use it, the lateral tension disappears and it shrinks cushingly. If you apply an iron, it will spread again, but I think that you can enjoy both texture that has become crispy and taste.
I will post pictures of what I used nearly 10 years to HP. If you do not mind, I'd like you to check that together.
In addition, blue is dyed with this indigo. Since time has passed since dyeing, it should have calmed down quite a lot, but it may fade away. Please acknowledge that point and be careful when in light clothing.
Width: about 27 cm
Length: about 142 cm (including tufted part, tassel about 6 cm per side)