Ajrakh Naturally-Dyed Cotton Scarf


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Ajrakh is a form of traditional hand-block printing and resist dyeing using natural dyes and printed mordants. They are easily identifiable by their bold geometric repeats in combination of a central pattern field and border designs. Alignment of these symmetrical designs requires a masterful printer. These textiles are usually printed and dyed using natural madder red and black, with the fine white cotton/silkcloth resisted on an indigo base.

The award-winning family of Khatri Abdul Jabbar Mohammad, tenth-generation block printers in Kutch, Gujarat, India, preserves this most-complex tradition of textile products. Learn more about the Khatri Ajrakh block printers. 

Additional information


dark blue w/black and brick red accents




about 20" wide X 76" long


hand wash gently in cool water w/mild soap; dry flat


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