Handwoven scarf in a light mesh pattern.
It is best to wash the scarf by hand, as it prevents the cotton from creasing, but if you machine-wash the scarf, do it at low temperatures and choose the slowest spin cycle. The scarf is dyed using natural colors that might fade slightly when washing. Do not tumble dry the scarf.
The scarf measures 18in x 69in and is made in Thailand.
Sylvia and Nor-Nor at Chimmuwa
Chimmuwa in Mae Sot
The scarf is designed by Chimmuwa, which is a part of Borderline Collective in Mae Sot, Thailand. Chimmuwa was founded by Sylvia and Nor-Nor with the purpose of providing employment opportunities and job training for young female migrants and refugees from Myanmar.
Chimmuwa purchases the handwoven cotton fabric from villages in the northern part of Thailand and turn it into beautiful items like this scarf. In the video, Sylvia tells us how she sources the cotton: