Indigo Bojagi Scarf


Meet the Bojagi – A Korean wrapping cloth for gifts to your loved ones. The Koreans believe that keeping something wrapped preserves its good luck. Our take on Bojagi uses handloom indigo scraps sewn by our women’s center Projecthrive. At a generous 26”x 26” it doubles up as a scarf, bandana, handkerchief, or wall art too.

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How to Use it

This textile is inspired by the timeless cultural tradition of Bojagi. Nothing is wasted, everything has beauty.

The unique piece of textile art has been created by lovingly sewing together indigo fabric patches, it is reversible and sings of a visual tapestry created by its maker.

How it changes the world

Who made it

This fabric has been handwoven by a traditional handloom weaving community in Telangana in natural dye indigo extracted from the Indigofera tinctoria plant.

Zero waste design

This scarf has been designed keeping zero-waste pattern techniques in mind. Each piece brings together several custom-made indigo handloom fabrics made in partnership with handloom weavers from Telangana.

Sewn by Projecthrive

This piece has been hand-cut and sewn by the ladies of Projecthrive . A sewing center that trains and employs women from the slums of New Delhi in an endeavor to provide them equal economic opportunity. They make each piece on order just for you.