Our Japanese boro scarves are made from hand-dyed indigo cotton from the 19th century. We've unstitched large pieces to make these scarves, which we've lined with early 20th-century white Japanese silk. Each scarf is unique with spots, repairs and imperfections born over the course of a century of life. The fabric composition of each piece will vary.
Each scarf is a generous six feet long, and weight is light to moderate - perfect for spring or fall, or for winter with a few extra wraps around the neck.