Cruelty-Free Silk Salmon Colored Kata


These vibrantly colored silk scarves are made from silk fiber collected from abandoned silk moth cocoons.  It is wild-collected in the forests of Assam, India, and hand-woven by a women's collective from the Bodo tribe.  The resulting fabric is amazingly soft, light, and lustrous.  Use this as an offering scarf, a small meditation shawl, or a charming addition to your wardrobe.  Anyway you utilize it, this piece will serve as a lovely reminder of how we can serve each other with our actions and our hearts.

Size:70% silk, 30% modal. 70 by 16 inches.

A fair trade product, hand-woven by artisans in north India.  The making of these scarves benefits these artisans economically and culturally.