Classic Cotton Wrap Scarf from EthiopiaNew
Wrap yourself in style and sustainability with our Classic Cotton Wrap Scarf.
Wrap yourself in comfort and style with our Classic Cotton Wrap Scarf. Handwoven in Ethiopia with sustainable, fair trade practices, these scarves are a statement of social and environmental responsibility. Made from pure Ethiopian cotton, they are lightweight, oversized and can be styled in endless ways, perfect for any season.
Each scarf is a unique work of art, crafted by skilled artisans using traditional hand-loom techniques. The vibrant colors are created using low-impact, AZO-free, REACH certified reactive dyes, ensuring they are safe for both you and the environment.
With a length of 80 inches and a width of 26 inches, these scarves provide ample coverage and can be draped or tied in various styles to fit your outfit and mood. The eyelash fringe edge adds a touch of playful elegance.
Care for your scarf is easy - simply machine wash in cold water, hang dry, and iron as needed. Wear it with pride, knowing that your purchase supports sustainable, fair trade practices and empowers artisans in Ethiopia.
- Material: 100% Cotton dyed using low-impact, AZO-free, REACH certified reactive dyes.
- Measurements: L 80" x W 26"
- Handmade with love in Ethiopia
- Care: Machine wash in cold water, hang dry and iron. Do not bleach.
- As with all handwoven textiles, there are slight variations making each piece a work of art and truly one-of-a-kind.
This group strives to create respectful, ethical and sustainable work opportunities for artisans in Ethiopia and showcase the talents of their weavers to the world. Inspired by the ancient weaving traditions of Ethiopia, they create exquisite textiles using natural fibers. The beauty of handspun thread is a rare commodity in our quickly changing world of mechanized textile factories.
From the spinning of the thread to the weaving of the fabric, the process is done entirely by hand. The skill of hand spinning is passed down from mother to daughter and most rural women spin at their homes for extra income. Honoring this tradition, they purchase hand spun cotton thread from a network of women throughout Addis Ababa. As most spinning is done during free time, it is a way to support women with supplemental income.
Hand weaving has been a way of life for centuries in Ethiopia. Even today, almost all of the traditional Ethiopian clothing is made on hand looms. The art of weaving is passed down from father to son, thus almost all weavers in Ethiopia are men. The techniques have not changed much for centuries, but the patterns, colors and designs have become increasingly sophisticated. A weaver can produce one to three scarves in a day depending on the level of detail of the design.
This is an ethically-sourced product
Ships from the United States. Cannot be shipped to Greece, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, or New Zealand
Inventory Last Updated: Mar 25, 2023