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Rinjani Rooster Scarf in Turkish Voile

As you might have noticed, we’ve been making scarves using cotton fabrics since quite some times now, it is safe to say that we’re the one who pioneered the cotton scarves game. Cotton fabrics has been our personal favorite, but we’ve been discussing ideas about bringing you a different experience. We’ve made several experiments and samples with different kind of fabrics, and we finally decided that we’re going to go with Turkish Voile.

Turkish Voile is thinner than cotton, thus it’s softer, and kind of transparent. As we said, it’s different, and it’s giving you different experience.

And here you go. Rinjani’s Rooster Scarf in Turkish Voile.

The scarves came in 2 colorways, broken white and navy blue, in which both have two different sizes, Medium (90 x 90 cm), and and Large (110 x 110 cm).

DETAILS :

Rinjani’s Rooster Scarf Broken White

  • Sizes :

– Medium (90 x 90 cm)
– Large (110 x 110 cm)

  • Material : Turkish Voile fabric
  • Original colors may be slightly different from these photos
  • Please allow 3-5 cm size tolerance. The actual size may vary due to fabrics shrinkage and or side stitches.

Rinjani’s Rooster Scarf Navy Blue

  • Sizes :

– Medium (90 x 90 cm)
– Large (110 x 110 cm)

  • Material : Turkish Voile fabric
  • Original colors may be slightly different from these photos
  • Please allow 3-5 cm size tolerance. The actual size may vary due to fabrics shrinkage and or side stitches.

We’re accepting pre-orders starting today. If you’re interested to adopt these Roosters, please drop us an email to hello@thebabybirds.net, with your order details; colors and size.

Nyanya was a Visual Merchandiser in a company in Jakarta, before she decided to quit and move to Bandung to live with the husband. After several years enjoying her freelancing times at home, She worked full time again as a visual merchandiser in Bandung. Currently, she joins forces with some friends to run an architecture based creative studio called DFORM.

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