Woven by hand on a backstrap loom, this beautiful cotton scarf combines a rainbow of colors. Orange and fuchsia, green and purple, blue and turquoise all appear in orderly stripes that run the length of the textile. Artisans from the Waqxaqi' Kan Women's Group add luscious macramé fringe.
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Navy Ombre Reversible Wrap Shawl - Women. Layer on the chilly-weather style when you wrap up in this soft, heat-trapping shawl boa...sting a stylish hue. 45 long from high point of shoulder to hemModel: 5 7 tall; 34 chest; 25 waist; 35 hips100%... read more
Tan Plaid Reversible Wrap Shawl - Women. Drape this warm, woolly shawl over your ensemble to stave off the breeze in effortless st...yle.45 long from high point of shoulder to hemModel: 57 tall; 34 chest; 25 waist; 35 hips100% acrylicMachine wash; hang... read more
Red Color Block Reversible Wrap Shawl - Women. Toss on this fetching shawl for an effortless layered look with a soft, woolly feel.... A reversible design offers you endless styling options.45 long from high point of shoulder to hemModel: 57 tall; 34... read more
Tan Geometric Wrap Shawl - Women. Enliven your cold weather wardrobe with this flattering layer boasting an eye-catching pattern a...nd a soft and cozy material thats perfect for those chillier days.100% acrylicMachine wash; hang dryImported read more
The setting sun over the Guatemalan horizon inspires the vibrant colors of this scarf. They are obtained from natural dyes such as... cochineal for pink, añil for blue, indigo, and chilca leaves for yellow. They are running through the central panel. Pink and indigo color the borders. From the Ecological Weavers from San Juan de la Laguna, this extraordinary cotton scarf is woven on a traditional loom with techniques inherited from the Maya culture. The ornate fringe is tied and braided by hand. The natural dyes are prepared by the women of Tejedoras Ecológicas de San Juan la Laguna with utter respect for the environment. Please note the intensity of the colors may decrease slightly during the first washes and appear like an uneven shade. read more
The flowing color and texture of this scarf are inspired by the falling rain. Imperial purple and vivid, warm red threads intertwi...ne with shades of ivory to create this fluid pattern. Handwoven by the Guatemalan cooperative, Mujeres Emprendedoras de Cotzal, this scarf is made from 100% cotton. read more
The beauty of Guatemala's blue skies is reflected upon this beautiful scarf. From Chaquiyá Artisan Women, the cotton scarf is wove...n on a traditional loom and finished by hand with a flirty fringe. read more
A palette of cotton strands in beige and blue-green evokes springtime in the Guatemala highlands. Woven by hand on a backstrap loo...m, they are transformed into a stylish scarf by women from the Yama Aj Chixot Artisan Group. read more
Surrounded by fields of gladioli, the Chaquiyá Artisan Women create the inspired design of this scarf. It is woven on a traditiona...l pedal loom with cotton yarn in shades of lilac and rose. read more
Cheerful, modern and beautiful, this design comes from the Cotzal Artisan Cooperative. The skilled women weavers use the backstrap... loom to transform cotton into a unique fashion accessory. Red, rose, olive green, blue and marigold form wide bands of color, and bright birds perch along the borders. read more
Guatemalan artisan Luisa Villavicencio may have the last cotton plantation that exists in Guatemala, since most of the country's f...armers have shifted their attention to sugarcane and coffee. This gorgeous scarf is woven from her cotton, by way of a chemical-free, never dyed recycling process that saves 22,000 liters of water per kg of cotton and prevents the remains of production from being burned or thrown away. The light cadet blue and natural cotton denim thread is spun by machine, and then cut to create beautiful pieces such as this one. read more
Hand-woven from 100% cotton, this scarf features a striped pattern in coal black and slate grey. It is presented by Guatemalan art...isans Yolanda and Antonia Panjoj, who carefully weave it on the traditional backstrap loom for an impressive look. read more
Woven on a traditional backstrap loom, this reversible scarf combines crimson, gold and purple to evoke scenes from Easter week in... Guatemala. Lent – the 40 days leading up to Easter Sunday – emphasize reflection and penitence, and its focus is Christ's passion and crucifixion. Elaborate carpets of colorful sawdust are often created on the streets where a holy procession is to pass by. Skilled weavers from the Waqxaqi' Kan Women's Group create the sensation of images with their millennial textile skills in cotton. read more
From the Ecological Weavers from San Juan de la Laguna, this fabulous extra long scarf doubles as a shawl, and it is woven by hand... on a back strap loom. They dye the cotton threads with natural pigments from the leaf of the jacobina for the gray hues. The natural dyes are prepared by the women of Tejedoras Ecológicas de San Juan la Laguna with deep respect for the environment. Please note the intensity of the colors may decrease slightly during the first washes and appear like an uneven shade. read more
Radiant color illuminates a scarf in shades of peach and orange. Working on the backstrap loom, women of Komon Utzil transform cot...ton into a stunning scarf. Lavish macramé fringe adorns the ends. read more
Patrizia Elisabetta designs a stylish scarf of natural fibers in clear, sunny yellow. Woven of sheer cotton gauze, its colors come... from turmeric. The ends are knotted by hand. read more
Guatemalan artisan Miguel Hernández proudly preserves two traditions - from his family and from his hometown - with the design of ...this cotton scarf. First, his weaving techniques on the traditional pedal loom honor the artistic legacy of Totonicapán, Guatemala. Second, he integrates the diamond patterns that have distinguished his family's designs through generations. "This time I was guided by the combination of colors when I designed this red and white scarf with black accents," confides Hernández. read more
Woven by hand on a backstrap loom, this exquisite scarf combines tones of blue, yellow, green, orange and violet. Women of Komon U...tzil intersperse the striped fuchsia textile with bands of openwork, lending a graceful gossamer look to the cotton scarf. read more
Woven by hand on a backstrap loom, this lovely cotton scarf takes its colors from logwood bark. Weavers from the Community Associa...tion of Tzutujil Women Artisans create Guatemala's traditional jaspe motifs by tie-dying the threads before they are placed on the loom. read more
"The colors on this scarf are inspired by a delicious pastry called salpor, which is done with the flour of the same name, and can... only be found in Guatemala," explain the women weavers of Maya Traditions. Working on the back strap loom, they weave delicious shades of orange and beige, with yellow, terracotta and burgundy contrasts, and then finish the fringe by hand. The scarf's rich cotton and rayon blend creates a shimmering effect. read more
"The colors on this scarf are inspired by cotton candy, which is sold in every park and fair," explain the women weavers of Maya T...raditions. Working on the back strap loom, they weave delicious shades of orange, lilac and pink with soft brown and beige contrasts, and then finish the fringe by hand. The scarf's rich cotton and rayon blend creates a shimmering effect. read more
Enjoy an afternoon stroll in this cotton scarf by Guatemala's Yama Aj Chixot Artisan Group. Using a traditional floor loom, the ar...tists combine a harmonious blend of lime green, dark blue, purple, yellow, beige and white, making the scarf suitable for most casual ensembles. Hoping to inspire more women to weave, the head artisan has set his sights on educating them in this historically male-driven art. He says, "We made this scarf for those days when women do not want to wear a heavy garment or when it is not too cold." read more
Woven on a traditional backstrap loom, this reversible scarf combines sunset's orange – with the blue of Lake Atitlán. Women from ...the Waqxaqi' Kan Women's Group demonstrate their millennial textile skills in cotton. read more
Evoking ivory clouds in a blue sky, green fields and fertile earth, these are the colors of the Maya highlands. Working on the bac...kstrap loom, women of Komon Utzil transform cotton into a lovely scarf. Lavish macramé fringe adorns the ends. read more
Designed by Miriam and Debora, this navy blue and turquoise scarf is detailed in white and black. It is woven on a backstrap loom,... combining a smooth weave with a unique weave that crisscrosses the warp threads for rich textures. A hand-knotted fringe adorns each end. read more
Designed by Miriam and Debora, this black and white scarf boasts rich textures. It is woven on a backstrap loom, combining a smoot...h weave with a unique weave that crisscrosses the warp threads for rich textures. Luscious macramé fringe adorns each end. read more