Cotton Scarves And Sarongs

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Product Details 1-11 12-35 36-59 60+
CS27 - Cotton Gauze Scarves - 27" X 27" $2.99 2.68 2.42 2.22
CS15 - Cotton Gauze Scarves - 15" X 60" $4.62 4.13 3.74 3.42
CS36 - Cotton Gauze Scarves - 36" X 36" $5.57 4.98 4.51 4.13
CS42 - Cotton Gauze Scarves - 42" X 45" $7.92 7.08 6.41 5.86
SAR - Cotton Gauze Sarong - 42" x72" $11.48 10.42 9.52 8.78
Product Details Qty
Scarves - 27" x 27"
Scarves - 15" x 60"
Scarves - 36" x 36"
Scarves - 42" x 45"
Sarong - 42" x 72"
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Woven in China with 100% light weight cotton with zig zagged cotton thread hems. Not exactly gauze, more like a Hankie weight fabric. They dye brilliantly and are good for hand painting as an alternative to silk. Light as a feather, less transparent when dyed, there are dozens of ways to use and wear them. The sarong is particularly nice as a beach cover up. Tie-dye it or dye it a solid color to match something else. Or just add a vivid splash of color to your wardrobe!


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I am going to stick with the silk and the bamboo rayon. These are definitely NOT gauze or even gauze-like. They are stiff even after washing several times. Plus they don't take color well. I purchased several to try including the sarong. They are unusable. I wish I could return them but they are dyed. I am so disappointed because all other products I have purchased are fantastic.
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26 of 26 users found this review helpful.

These scarves are stiff even after an initial washing in Synthrapol
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19 of 20 users found this review helpful.

i prefer the lighter weight gauzier ones made in india i think. these are nice but alot heavier... :(
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12 of 12 users found this review helpful.

I LOVE these scarves for headcoverings. Perfect size texture and weight.
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11 of 11 users found this review helpful.

I think these are made out of a fabric which used to be called "nainsook" and was widely used in the early 20th century for ladies and girls sleepwear underthings and blouses. It softens with use and laundering air dries quickly and is lightweight and comfortable. I have made myself several summer nightgowns with this and can often use the existing hems to save on sewing. In the 1920's and 1930's it was often available in pastel colors prior to that it was usually white. I don't think that Dharma carries any fabric quite like this in the yardage. This is great as long as you know what to expect from it and how to use it.
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