Jampuu means soft or genteel in Bhutanese Eastern language Sharchop; as this scarf is made to reflect the genteel nature of the Bhutanese ladies. Interlacing pink tones in a red scarf brings about a blushing effect to the scarf. The scarf gives your complexion a rose glow!
Jampuu Rose is designed by Dema, wife of a police constable as she loves bright colours.
Each scarf takes at least a whole day to hand weave, starting from yarn spinning to tassel rolling. By purchasing one, you are also helping to empower Bhutanese artisan women to use their creative talents to become financially independent.
Specification: 170cm x 30cm, 100% handmade in Bhutan, from quality Indian yarn. Wash in warm water by hand - colour will not run. Each scarf will come in an organza bag that can be used to keep your scarf when not in use or as a nice gift bag.
(Photo of Dema spinning yarn on a spindle, getting ready the red yarn for weaving)
(The god of fortune doesn't come with the scarf. Welcomed to make enquiries on him though!)