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Handwoven Gray and Black Fair Trade Scarf

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This scarf is amazingly very soft. It is handwoven on a foot pedal loom by Mayan artisans in the village of San Antonio on the shores of Lake Atitlan in Guatemala. They are paid a Fair trade wage for their work and the looms are in their homes not a factory. The scarf is made from acrylic yarn in black. grays and white. A great addition to your wardrobe as it can be worn with many other colors.

A widow and her grown daughters are members of the Palopo Weavers who weave these luxuriously soft scarves.  Their families lost several family members in mudslides a few years ago and are rebuilding their lives with the sales of these scarves and their other weavings.  Your purchases make a big difference in their lives and income.  Thank you!

 

DETAILS:
-12" width x 68" Length

Item #S15black

Handwash with cold water

Fair Trade, no sweat shop labor

Education and More is a proud member of the Fair Trade Federation.



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