Sadhu Cashmere Pashmina Scarf
Our authentic cashmere pashmina scarves have been hand-spun, hand-woven, and hand-embroidered by female artisans in Kashmir, India. "Pashmina" refers to the purest form of cashmere and can only truly be called pashmina cashmere when completely made by hand.
Sadhu Pashminas are handmade in Kashmir, using the traditional skills of indigenous Kashmiri spinners and weavers. Totally unadulterated and completely natural, the products wear the hallmark of purity. No mechanised processes or chemicals are used in the yarn-making process. This makes the range of scarves and shawls feather-light, whisper-soft and thoroughly warm.
Sadhu Collective works to empower Kashmiri weavers and artisans, while preserving and promoting the traditional production techniques of the region, believed to be two thousand years old.