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Okinami Atlantis Shawl

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Named for the legendary mythical island nation, this dramatic design of the Okinami pattern is woven with our unique hybrid weave technique on a striking dark jewel gradation, from midnight blue to rich plum tones and burgundy.

Woven with a blended Merino lambswool and cotton yarn in dark navy and natura white Supima cotton, this fabric is very soft. Merino lambswool has temperature regulating properties to keep you warm on cold days, and cool in warm weather.

Hybrid weave is a special technique that allows us to use multiple colours to highlight different areas of the pattern for a unique look. 

This fabric is also woven with BCI organic cotton, by using BCI cotton we ensure that our cotton meets the Better Cotton Initiative’s high standards of environmental, economic and social responsibility. Our BCI cotton is also organic, meaning it is grown with care and without chemicals keeping the land, and farmers, healthy.

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CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Hand washing is recommended, although a wool cycle on a known reliable machine may be used at your own risk. Use a suitable silk detergent. Lay flat to dry and iron on a cool setting.

FABRIC COMPOSITION: 46% BCI Organic Combed Cotton, 20% Supima Cotton, 18% Merino Lambswool, 16% Cotton, 63cm wide.

FABRIC WEIGHT: approx. 327gsm

 

  • Soft

  • Luxurious blend
  • Densely woven
  • Striking colours
  • Elegant
  • Stylish

Our shawls measure approximately 2.12m x 70cm.

Oscha Shawls are made of the same finest quality, natural fabric as our baby slings allowing you to wear these beautiful and striking designs, in wonderfully tactile fabrics, whether you are carrying your baby or not.

These shawls can be used casually as an extra wide scarf or as elegant evening and wedding wear.

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