Our SESER Handspun Cotton Scarf is a wonderful poetry cloth to company you on any day. It's airy to wear in the summer, yet also warm enough for cooler season.
Warm sand was the core inspiration to this piece. Its relaxing color represents simplicity, earthiness and tranquility.
The beautiful heritage fabric was made from locally grown cotton, handspun and handwoven by women weavers in Kerek Village, Tuban, East Java.
The scarf was naturally-dyed with areca catechu and symplocos leaf by Cinta Bumi Artisans in our studio in Kedewatan, Ubud, Bali.
No dangerous chemicals were involved in our natural dyeing process.
Fabric: Locally-grown, handspun cotton
Dye Plant: Areca catechu, symplocos leaf
Length: 190 cm
Width: 50 cm
EMBRACE THE SLOW PROCESS: IMMERSION DYEING
Immersion dye is a method of coloring fibers by immersing/soaking/dipping the whole or a part of the fibers into a dye bath for certain amount of time. We use tannin-rich plants to make the dyes bond with the fibers well and long-lasting. The magic of nature plays the most vital role in the process, which makes the result of each creation a one-of-a-kind beauty.