Cross Edge Triangle

AVSCACROT2045BU

$50.00

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Our beautiful scarves have been skillfully hand crafted by our women artisans in Vietnam and Cambodia. This collection references Vietnam’s ethnic hill tribes and fuses it with other Asian elements such as Kantha stitching from India and natural dyed batik used across Asia.

 

 

This beautiful scarf is refined and simple in design, with nuanced detail. The scarf features a triangle shape, while all the edges are highlighted with a hand-stitched cross edge border in a contrast colour. The scarf is made of a double layer of soft cotton in complementary tones and patterns and finished with a hand-made cotton tassel on both ends. A cool scarf with a refined finish, it is perfect for adding a touch of individuality to any outfit. The scarf measures 200 cm in length and 45 cm at its widest point.

Every item purchased from Mekong+ and Mekong Quilts is a gift that gives twice.

 

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“My husband bought me 3 of your  stunning quilts, (a year ago)… I just absolutely love them… bit of a struggle trying to get them in our luggage but we did it… lol…. Just love, love your shops….xx”
Alison Edwards (USA)
 
“Beautiful experience! I had heard about Mekong Quilts and made it a point to visit. Beautiful quilts all hand made along with many other things. I bought a wonderful small quilt and pillow cover for my new 1 year old grandson with geccos on it. Fantastic and perfect for a little boy. If you have time definity stop by the ladies are very nice and helpful.
Shanghai168 / Georgetown, Texas
 
“The quilt is the most beautiful object I have from Vietnam / SE Asia. It is absolutely perfect! I was a tailor when I was young and I know how much time and skill goes into hand crafted work. This quilt is a gift for my sister but I love it so much I have just ordered another one”.
Allison Cargill, UK