Indokadi fabric, which seems beautiful even with unevenness and cotton fragments, is carefully spun and woven in the homes of Indian villages. The transparent thin but rich expression is my favorite texture that cannot be produced by modern machines.
Thin hand-spun yarn often breaks threads. The occasional knots ~ are those that broke the thread in the middle and were re-knotted.
Not everything is in order, but it is mended as beautifully as possible.
The color gently fades over time due to the natural characteristics unique to indigo dye. Please wash by itself or with similar colors.