Scarf black grey
This fairtrade Scarf Black Grey is handwoven of organic bamboo chenille and adorned with ribbon. The threads are hand-dyed with azo-free dyes blended in harmonious black and grey colors.
Source: Quetzal Artisan
These lovely Scarf Black Grey are handwoven of 100% organic bamboo chenille and adorned with ribbon. The threads are hand-dyed with azo-free dyes blended in harmonious black and grey colors.
These bamboo scarves are handmade by members of the Mayan collectieve Kamolon KiKonojel from Guatemala.
The women cooperative is formed by 180 backstrap weavers, warpers, dyers and sewers.
With your purchase you help these Mayan women to develop economic opportunities for their families and community.
- Dimensions: 200cm x 25cm (78" L x 10" W). Including fringe.
- Composition: 100% rayon from organic bamboo. Ornamental ribbon 100% polyester.
- Handmade in Guatemala
- Hand wash and lay flat until almost dry, then fluff in dryer using low heat, gentle cycle.
Quetzal Artisan is a brand that brings handmade and hand-woven products from North, Central and South America to Europe. The goal of Quetal Artisan is to stimulate fair trade and to give real craftsmanship a stage. Quetzal Artisan has different collections that all try to make the world a bit better in their own way.
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Shipping fee: Free in Europe
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