This scarf looks carefully pieced together from cotton and gauze sewn up with sashiko style stitching. A nice light-medium weight scarf perfect for late-summer nights and early autumn. Everything about this piece makes it look like something found, not bought. Carefull attention was paid to not make it perfect, and to leave some defects to give a feeling of old farm-made textiles.
The slight red details add a nice contrast to the overall indigo and white.
Notice the selvage line sewn onto one-half?
Other half is gauze geometrical patchwork.