Handmade by our expert seamstresses, a custom hijab with your own unique designs creates a beautiful gift for yourself or a loved one. We use a specialist printing technique that fuses the ink deep into the fibers of the fabric, creating a durable print to keep your designs from fading. We finish the edges with a hemming style of your choice, either baby hem or 3-thread overlock. Baby hem uses 0.31" of material on each side, folded twice then a top stitch approximately 0.08"-0.12" from the edge. The 3 thread overlock trims off 0.12" fabric, and has an overlock edge stitch.
Please note: As all of our printed hijabs are handmade to order, there will be some variance in the dimensions, measurements, and shape of the scarf. The premium fabrics we use are naturally delicate and beautifully soft in nature, therefore, the edges of your headscarf can be wavy. A predictable amount of shrinkage is likely to occur, this is normal and to be expected, and will be more apparent in the natural fabrics. Please be aware that natural fabrics have a higher shrinkage than poly fabrics, and allow for this when placing your order. Average shrinkage is 2-8%. Note when selecting the Mulmul Muslin its naturally open weave may cause slight color variations. This is natural and adds a vintage feel. Due to the delicate nature of the Mulmul Soft Muslin fabric, some pulls are to be expected and this is not out of the ordinary, but adds character to your one-of-a-kind piece. Each headscarf will have a mandatory origin and care label. You can even customize this label when you create an account and use the Branding Station.
Also, our Cashmere Wool Fabric is woven with care on hand looms, utilizing these unique fibers to create an exceptional product. It is important to acknowledge that during the weaving process, slight flaws, imperfections, and irregularities in the weave can occur, highlighting the handmade nature of the fabric. From time to time, you may encounter small unprinted areas due to fabric fluff shedding during processing, revealing the natural charm of the fabric underneath. We consider a tolerance of approximately 1-2 dots per m² acceptable for such occurrences. Moreover, we'd like to inform you that the hemmed edges may exhibit a slight scalloping effect, and may not align precisely with straight lines in your design, which is characteristic of this material.