What is AJRAK?
Hand Dyed Ajrak is much more than just a piece of fabric for Sindhis, it is a symbol of Pride; Respect and Glory. Ajrak is special hand dyed & block printed fabric found in Sindh region in Pakistan and Ajrakhpur, Kutch district, India. Ajrak making is believed to be one of the most ancient form of hand-block printing arts uses 21 stages of traditional method.
This exclusive Ajrak infinity scarf is made with cotton & fleece.
Satomi is from Nagasaki, Japan. Satomi worked in a various office environments, receptionist, admin and executive assistant roles, she learnt how to speak English while she was in Canada as a High School exchange student and later on when she arrive to Australia in 2009.
“I choose this to be my first product as I could include meaning to it. The weave has meaning of ‘connecting people’ and ‘good luck’; it became my tool to connect to people and connect to core in my heart again. Not just a accessories but accessories with meaning”.
“It is privilege to show and introduce my culture to people, as when I arrived here it was a very welcoming environment. I want to give back to this community that welcomed me. Coming here and meeting people with a welcoming attitude really helped me. I want to remember this and what everyone has done for me, so that I can connect with other people and support them”.
- Hand wash or gentle machine wash in cold water and mild soap
Length 75 cm