Beautiful Woven & Printed Masterpieces

November 19, 2016

Handmade, fairly traded scarves from Guatemala, India, and around the globe are waiting for your shoulders to show off their intricate patterns and colors. Using a variety of weaving and printing techniques, you’ll find the perfect pop of color to complete your look.

What’s more, each scarf you purchase makes a real difference in the lives of these global artisans. By supporting their weaving and fabric trades, you are sustaining livelihoods for their families. Warm neck, happy heart!

Guatemalan weaving artisan, photo courtesy Beyond Beanie.

Explore some of our favorites below, and look deeper into the full collection here.

  • A Thread of Hope
    Bamboo chenille, in shimmering colors, is light enough to wear all day but with enough weight to add a great layer to your Fall outfits. 
  • Matr Boomie
    The triple-dyed scarf shows off beautifully blended hues, created using traditional Shibori techniques of twisting, stitching and binding fabric while dyeing in three separate colors.
  •  Serrv
    The Twilight Sky sheer silk scarf has hand-dyed color for gorgeous watercolor effect, with silver-beaded ends providing a flash of sparkle. 

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