I want to store the colors of sunlight, forest and land layer by layer in the fabric for you. From the pure land of the Dai Le tribe in Laos, The natural cotton that grows, Through natural plant dip dyeing and traditional weaving techniques, After careful design, Come to meet you with a mission. The bark and rhizomes of the local natural plants in Lao villages are thermally dyed into a dark brick orange A soft and draped texture woven by loose hand-twisted threads of various thicknesses I believe you you will fall in love as soon as you put it on It is a good single product that is easy to match with various daily home and clothing in all seasons. https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49710107503_97ed6ff2e6_o.jpg https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49710987982_cedcdb4e16_o.jpg https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49710992397_981ccde089_b.jpg https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49710965587_235d7bc56c_b.jpg https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49710642066_4f2b435af3_b.jpg / Product description and story/ Each mountain and river has its own appearance. Every Weaver Mother has a unique river weave pattern for every transformed daughter. Each family has its own unique dyeing and weaving method, Thousands of daughters inherited the teachings of their mothers, Then through the earth, mountains and rivers of the Tao, Then change dyeing and weaving into a new look. Father and brothers will rush back and forth on the land, Grow and collect dyeable plants, Use bamboo or wooden construction looms for the architecture and details. The power of the heaven and earth parents together. ＊Note: This product is handmade, and we will ship it after careful inspection, but there may still be the following reasonable conditions: natural fiber thickness is different, fiber color is uneven, or there are natural impurities such as embryo shells, seeds, and textures Because the hand-twisted yarn is imperfect, or the manual process has different mechanical specifications. Photos may also have chromatic aberration, which is unacceptable. Perfectionists, please think twice before buying. Thank you! *laundry guide: Natural fabrics are just like nature-they will change with time and usage habits. The care and preservation methods are actually very simple after you understand it. You are welcome to learn about it together and slowly grow your own unique fabrics. This description is also applicable to other natural dyed fabrics. Fabric Yo! 1. Hand washing is better. Washing in a washing machine is not recommended, but it can be put into a laundry bag and dried in the shade. 2. Please use a neutral detergent, such as a little dishwashing liquid or cold detergent, to wash it with "hands lightly" and dry it in a cool place. It can be ironed at low temperature. 3. It is natural that natural dyed cloth will fade slightly when washed for the first time. Do not mix and wash with other light-colored clothes. 4. Do not use detergents containing fluorescent bleach ingredients. 5. Please prepare a bucket of hot water (50-80 degrees Celsius can be used, it is recommended to use a pot of hot water next to the bath to prepare) 6. Put the single piece of hand-woven fabric directly into the basin and soak for 10 minutes. The hot water will dissolve the dirt and grease in the fabric. After 10 minutes, you can gently scrub it. You can put it in a laundry bag and dry it in the shade. 7. The fabric can be stored well and can be dried, but it is better to dry it in the shade. ＊Indigo dyed fabric supplement 8. There are different color components in blue dyed fabrics. Washing in hot water can help it release. Choosing to slanted in the middle of the day can improve the color brightness. 9. Please do not fold the blue dyed fabric and leave it in the sun or light for a long time, as the color difference will change in the long run. 10. If the blue dyed fabric is not worn for a long time, it is recommended to put it in a zipper bag and keep it sealed. //About Yangga// Have you ever touched a piece of undyed hand-woven fabric grown from undyed soil, and then interwoven layers of vitality through dyeing? From pure cotton, pure silk, ramie, and linen, each unique hand fabric tells a different life story. Yangga began to penetrate into Lao & Thai village natural materials handmade fabrics & village sustainable development cooperation project in 2014. Natural fabrics can preserve the environmental and cultural sustainable development of many traditional communities in the world. You are welcome to feel the nourishment of nature.