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Block Print Scarf

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  • Materials: 100% cotton
  • Care: Hand wash separately
  • Hand-blocked using traditional techniques by an artisan family in Jaipur
  • Can be used as scarf, shawl, or wrap
  • Made in India
  • Dimensions: 72" x 45"
  • Weight: 0.25 lb.

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Block Print Scarf

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Handmade in India, each block print scarf from INK + ALLOY is carefully created by a family of artisans who have been practicing this traditional method for generations. The result is an airy, lightweight cotton scarf with an oversized design (it easily doubles as a shawl or sarong) finished with a colorful, geometric, one-of-a-kind print.
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Gretchen Hollingsworth

A block print scarf from INK + ALLOY is a versatile, wear-anywhere layer that stands out. Each scarf is made by hand, which makes it one of a kind.

A family of artisans creates the block prints—and has been practicing the art for five generations. They carve the blocks, then dip them in dye and stamp the design on cotton. The resulting bold geometric print is the perfect balance to the scarves’ airy texture. And with the oversized design, the scarf can easily serve as a colorful sarong or shawl, too.

INK + ALLOY also creates elegant jewelry, and we were taken with their multi-strand glass seed bead bracelets. Also handcrafted in India, they can serve as an eye-catching complement to the scarves. Both accessories celebrate time-honored artistic traditions that can be worn every day.