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Cowboy Scarf - Olema Handwoven

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Cowboy Scarf - Olema Handwoven

120.00

Handwoven Cowboy Scarf

"Olema" is a technicolor dream stripe scarf for any season! The open fringe shows off the fascinating texture of handspun yarn. Layered on top of these colorful stripes is a cross-grain stitch of supplementary weft, because well, “more is more”. Woven with Khadi (handspun) cotton and silk this weave is gauzy with subtle textures and shine.

Scarf Details

  • Khadi (handspun) Cotton and Silk

  • Handwoven in Maheshwar, India

  • Yarns dyed AZO-Free Dyes

  • Approximately 44" by 45"

  • Hand wash with care

Every scarf comes with a tag that states the artisan handweaver’s name. Please note due to the hand-made quality, each scarf is unique and may vary slightly from the pictured. 

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photo courtesy of Womenweave.org

photo courtesy of Womenweave.org

photo courtesy of Womenweave.org

photo courtesy of Womenweave.org

Ethical Production in India

WomenWeave, a registered Charitable Trust based in Maheshwar, MP, has supported and developed the role of women in handloom weaving since 2002.  WomenWeave’s mission is to work towards overcoming the vulnerability of women who weave on handlooms and work towards making handloom a profitable, fulfilling, sustainable, dignified income-earning and life-improving activity.

Handloom weaving is not only an important cultural treasure, it is also the second largest source of livelihood to the rural and semi-urban population of India. India is also the largest producer of handwoven cloth in world. Today, the sector is at a critical moment in time in which it simultaneously faces stresses that threaten to obliterate it and unprecedented opportunities for innovation and revitalization.


About our Collaboration

In a collaborative spirit, WomenWeave interprets original Last Chance designs into limited edition scarves. Each design demonstrates a careful arrangement of colors in the dyed warp and weft yarns. The palette derives from Last Chance Textile’s exploration of natural dyes. WomenWeave extended the process into their own techniques for hand-spun and naturally dyed yarns. This textile is an example of the finest work produced by these skilled artisans.

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