▲ Kashmir is close to the Himalayas. In order to combat the special cold climate, boiled wool is a meticulous process developed by Kashmir using the local natural environment. The local altitude is high, the boiling point of water is low, and the wool products are made in the morning when the sun rises , Soak in the melting plateau snow water, then heat and boil. When the sun goes down in the evening, the wool products are dried under the moonlight. After the complicated work, the products can not only remove some impurities, the wool shrinks, and the fibers are tighter. Pieces of fabric with unique colors and embroidering methods
▲ I like the Dada sound when the shuttle hits the wooden strips when weaving. There is always a sense of rustic tranquility. It is a traditional handmade technique from the Himalayas.
▲ The touch is simple Temperature, delicate wool does not tie the skin, is a good choice for skin-friendly and warm
▲ Three-dimensional hand embroidery, each piece of color is unique
▲ Details can be seen
▲ Fresh colors, more convenient
▲ feel fringed edge, comfortable warm material
good ▲ according to daily mood, surrounded by a variety of methods can
▲ make shawls good care of you, winter is no longer cold
▲ shawl with hand embroidery to the world Fine! It is also a creative gift for autumn and winter gifts.
▲ A hand-feel carton package is attached, which makes it convenient for you to send gifts.
▲ Washable, hand-washing is recommended. Machine wash requires a laundry bag.
100% Kashmir Wool
70 X 180 cm (handmade products, the size will be slightly different)
▲ Recommended cleaning method
1-Put a proper amount of washing powder in a plastic basin, adjust it evenly with warm water, evenly place the scarf In the basin, open your hands and press hard for two or thirty times to let the washing powder solution go back and forth through the gap between the fibers of the scarf, so that the fibers will not entangle with each other.
2-After washing in water, use the same method until the scarf is clean.
3-Dry the scarf. When drying the scarf, lay it on a towel or a clothes rack, and dry it naturally in the shade, because ultraviolet rays will yellow the wool.