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Rani & Reine

Triangle Shawl - Handspun Wool - Grey

Regular price €185,00
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Rani & Reine

Triangle Shawl - Handspun Wool - Grey

Regular price €185,00
Unit price
per 
Tax included.

The perfect year-round transitional piece - this shawl can be worn on cool summer evenings, layered in the Fall and wrapped under your winter coat to keep out the cold. Wrap in multiple ways, draped around your shoulders, assymetrical, and with the point at the front. 

STORY

In 2019, when we first travelled to visit and work with the women of KULLVI whims, we brought along a few techniques to try out. One of those techniques was creating a triangle shaped shawl, into which knitted lace motifs could be inserted. The women left after the workshop, and arrived back the next day with 9 different mini-shawls, complete with perfectly balanced motifs, and various borders added on. No small feat, this is a testament to a high level of skill.

We hadn't planned on doing larger garments like shawls right away. But when the pandemic hit, and the women were stuck at home with lots of wool at hand - we asked for a shawl sample. Kusum took up the task, and produced the squishiest, blanketiest hug of a shawl. There are two different triangle motifs in the body of the shawl, set between bands of textured stitches, with the triangles being further echoed in the border.

The first sample arrived in October, and Sarah wore it straight through 'til June.

FEATURES

Fibre: 100% wool (Lahauli) Undyed.

Designer: Kusum

Handspun by: Teji Devi

Handknit by: Sapna and Lata

MEASUREMENTS

Approximately 72" wide x 35" deep, size varies

Sabeth is 5' 5" (165 cm) tall.

You-Shan is 4'11" (150 cm) tall.

Prathibha is 5'4" (163 cm) tall, and wearing our Diamond Cable Leg Warmers in off-white.

Sibylle is 5’6” (168 cm) tall.

CARE
Handwash in cool water, lay flat to dry in shade. Do not agitate. 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.

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*Colours will appear differently with varied lighting and screens.