Ultra-Soft Wool Color Block Scarf



Wrap up in soft, ethereal woven wool, handloomed in India. This color block scarf is generously sized in order to function as a scarf or wrap, and makes an elegant statement piece for weddings and events. The fabric is so light and soft you will never want to take it off. 

The nature of the handloom process will occasionally result in a slub or knot. This is a mark of true handwoven cloth. 

This scarf was made with love and respect for those who wear it, as well as for those who wove it.

  • Created with Fair Trade Practices by Indigo Handloom
  • Hand-dyed with Eco-Friendly Dyes
  • Width: 32" | Length: 79" 
  • Created Without Electricity or Emissions
  • Ultra-Soft Wool
  • Supports Artisans & Beautiful Handlooming Traditions in India

Khadi is hand-woven cloth most commonly hand-spun on a spinning wheel called a charkha. The process of khadi is also a movement and ideology started by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi to promote Indian goods and self-reliance. 

Color "Teal" is styled with our best-selling Boatneck Dress in gray. 
Color "Orange" is styled with our PURE & undyed organic cotton Turning Leaf Sweater in cream.

Click here to view size chart

our impact every year

Carbon Dioxide Savings

45,600 lbs

Water Savings

13 million gallons

Pesticides Kept off Land

400 lbs

Artisans Employed


Changing the world of fashion through fair trade and sustainable design

Indigo Handloom has been designing handwoven scarves and fabrics since 2003. Their work helps to revive the traditional textile arts of khadi (hand-spun yarn) and handloom weaving while supporting community development in rural India. They are committed to reducing the carbon footprint of the world of textiles. Every beautiful scarf is made on an ancient handloom and therefore requires no energy source. 

Preserving traditional handlooming by making it profitable

The majority of weavers in India currently live in poverty, while others leave the occupation to work in construction or as rickshaw pullers. Indigo Handloom has worked with over 500 weavers in rural India to preserve the handloom artform and to enable weavers to provide for their families. 

Learn more about our impact