Wild Colors Woven Scarf

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SKU: S- 146711

This scarf is a rainbow collage that shows off your colorful side, and also highlights your love for fair trade products. Made from 100% cotton, its cozy warm and easy to clean. Each scarf is hand-dyed and hand-woven by women in San Juan la Laguna Guatemala. The heritage craft of hand-weaving continues to bring sustainable work to women in Guatemala who keep their traditions alive while evolving their art in new and modern ways.

Due to the handmade nature of this product, exact color and shade will vary.

  • 100% cotton
  • Machine wash, tumble dry low
  • 82" L x 10.5" W (208.3 x 26.7 cm)
  • Handmade in & fairly traded from Guatemala

By shopping the Global Girlfriend collection, you are making a difference in women’s lives across the globe. Global Girlfriend is focused on striving for gender equality and empowerment, and the importance of women providing for themselves and their families. By supporting jobs that guarantee fair wages by fair trade, women are able to proudly contribute to their families, encouraging their communities to flourish.

La Casa Cotzal was founded as a retail store in Guatemala City in 1994. The primary goal has always been to find markets for the finest traditional Guatemalan crafts.The store sold fine vintage textiles, antique vernacular furniture as well as modern pieces upholstered in custom weaves, and museum quality folk art, including dance masks, santos, slingshots, and other items relating to the religious and everyday life of the indigenous Mayan population. They began to export in 1995.


La Casa aims to generate sustainable, optimum income-producing crafts production, including new opportunities for existing artisan groups, and training for incipient groups. They work in as many niches of markets as possible in order to assure work for as many capable artisans as they can.

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