Indigo Batik Shawl With Fringe, Blue Women's Wrap In Hand Stamped Hmong Batik Naturally Dyed Cotton With Fringe - Free Shipping

Indigo Batik Shawl With Fringe, Blue Women's Wrap In Hand...

Indigo Batik Shawl With Fringe, Blue Women's Wrap In Hand Stamped Hmong Batik Naturally Dyed Cotton With Fringe - Free Shipping
Indigo Batik Shawl With Fringe, Blue Women's Wrap In Hand Stamped Hmong Batik Naturally Dyed Cotton With Fringe - Free Shipping
Indigo Batik Shawl With Fringe, Blue Women's Wrap In Hand Stamped Hmong Batik Naturally Dyed Cotton With Fringe - Free Shipping
Indigo Batik Shawl With Fringe, Blue Women's Wrap In Hand Stamped Hmong Batik Naturally Dyed Cotton With Fringe - Free Shipping
Indigo Batik Shawl With Fringe, Blue Women's Wrap In Hand Stamped Hmong Batik Naturally Dyed Cotton With Fringe - Free Shipping
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Boho women's shawl in Hmong hand stamped natural indigo batik on soft flowy natural cotton. A go to piece for dressy and casual days alike. Gorgeous with all your denim pieces. It can easily be used as a shawl, a scarf, a sarong or wrap.

Hand stamped plant dyed Hmong indigo batik on natural cotton
44"/112 cm x 62"/157 cm
3"/7.5 cm fringe ends
cold water wash

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Created with re-purposed Hmong textiles

The Hmong are an ancient tribe of mountai... Read more...

Boho women's shawl in Hmong hand stamped natural indigo batik on soft flowy natural cotton. A go to piece for dressy and casual days alike. Gorgeous with all your denim pieces. It can easily be used as a shawl, a scarf, a sarong or wrap.

Hand stamped plant dyed Hmong indigo batik on natural cotton
44"/112 cm x 62"/157 cm
3"/7.5 cm fringe ends
cold water wash

See more unique women's fashion accessories in our shop here


Created with re-purposed Hmong textiles

The Hmong are an ancient tribe of mountain people who migrated from China in the mid 19th century in search of freedom and a land of their own. Many of the Hmong migrated to the mountainous regions of Laos, Thailand and Vietnam. The word Hmong means “free”.

Fine needlework has always been a source of great pride to Hmong women. Brightly colored embellishments on traditional clothing created for celebrations including their New Year, marriages, births and other important events. Cross stitch, embroidery and batik as well as other techniques are used to create these wearable works of art.

Siamese Dream Design takes their beautiful textiles and repurposes them into modern fashion and home decor items.

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