Women's Hand Woven Accessories $60 to $100(145 items)
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Featured Reviews on Women's Hand Woven Accessories $60 to $100
I expected a weave of cotton yarn thicker than these doubled threads used throughout. The colors are always two per section so that the weave can showcase both in a pattern on one side or single color on each side. The pattern of Xs is very unique and a nice contrast to the striping. I have not learned to use a loom and this shawl gives me great respect for the artist.
My new fave!
The pictures did not do this shawl justice - the Mexican Rose color is much more vibrant than it appears. Ive already worn this a couple of times and gotten compliments each time. Super comfy and the material is very soft.
Beautiful quality work!
I bought this for a Christmas gift and I was very impressed by the quality and softness of this piece! The girl I gave it to was super delighted!!! Loves it!!
Raquel and Gregor Alpaca accessories
"We would like to thank you for supporting our art, which in turn will benefit many Peruvian families."
Popular Women's Hand Woven Accessories $60 to $100
Artisan Crafted Colorful Cotton Shawl from Guatemala, "Festival of Color"$69.99
Evoking the colors of a Guatemalan festival, this shawl features vibrant stripes, X patterns, and squares that are woven by hand from cotton yarns. Elena Ixtamer creates this shawl, which is accented at the ends with dangling fringe work.
Navy and White Ikat Shawl from Guatemala, "Navy Blue Silhouettes"$84.99
Working on a backstrap loom, Elena Ixtamer in Guatemala crafts this beautiful rayon ikat shawl in navy and white. Ikat is a weaving technique that employs resist dyeing the yarns before weaving the fabric. Braided fringe trims both ends of the shawl.
Green and Turquoise Handwoven Guatemalan Cotton Shawl, "Cooling Country Breeze"$69.99
Cool kale green and rich turquoise meet and mingle with black and ivory. Working on the backstrap loom, Elena Ixtamer creates a complex and intriguing pattern in Guatemalan cotton. The versatile shawl culminates in hand-tied fringe.