Art, Textile & Sound Installation - 'CONTAMINATION' - Sept. 5th - 28th, 2024 - Kulturhalle Tübingen - INFO SOON
Fabrics that echo the landscapes of their origin
Our collections are now available at BOTHO in Tübingen - Beim Nonnenhaus 7

Rani & Reine

Handwoven Organic Cotton Shawl - Seed to Weave - Natural + Indigo

Regular price €49,00
Unit price

Rani & Reine

Handwoven Organic Cotton Shawl - Seed to Weave - Natural + Indigo

Regular price €49,00
Unit price
Tax included.

A simple rectangular shawl, handwoven with organically grown cotton, with a natural indigo dyed striped border and a rustic structured hand that will soften with washing and wear. 

Seed to weave traceability. 

One of a kind.

*All of our products are limited edition, and are naturally dyed, woven and stitched by hand in micro batches. 



This shawl is traceable from seed to weave: The cotton for this shawl was grown and processed 60 kms from where it was spun, dyed and woven by our partners in Wardha, Maharashtra.

The cotton is farmed by small scale farmers who choose to grow their cotton without the use of pesticides and synthetic fertilizers.

The ambar charkhas (small 8 spindle mechanized spinning units) used to spin the yarn for this collection of shawls are solar powered, eliminating the physical labour required to wind the charkhas by hand.

We visited Magan Khadi in March 2022, and brought back a small selection of their beautiful shawls to share. To learn more about our journey, read our Journal.



Fibre: 100% cotton (organic)

Natural Dye: Yarn-dyed Indigo 

Fabric: Solar powered Ambar Charkha spun and handwoven in Maharashtra, India. 

Details: A simple shawl with a rustic and structured hand that will soften with wear and washing. Indigo plaid border.

*garments dyed with natural indigo may rub



Approximately 26 in x 80 in (67cm x 202 cm)  

Chu is 5'9" (173 cm) tall

Wash by hand or machine wash gentle cycle in cool water using a pH neutral detergent. Dry in shade. For more information, visit our care page


All of our garments come in a protective muslin bag, stitched by the women of Kruti, in the village of Mulshi, Maharashtra. Kruti, a stitching unit run by Anubhuti Social Foundation, provides employment opportunities to women in rural communities, by implementing training programs in tailoring.

Meet the artisans

*Colours will appear differently with varied lighting and screens.