Central American Women's Blue Scarves $40 to $60(28 items)
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Beat blue rayon scarf
This is such a lovely shade of blue and the scarf is gorgeous. I had it sent as a birthday present to my sister who lives in Florida. She loves it and plans on wearing it as a shawl around her shoulders when she goes to places that are too well air-conditioned.
Forever Blue rayon scarf
I bought this as a gift for my daughter. It is beautiful and very soft. She has sensitive skin and is unable to wear wool, so the rayon chenille is a perfect alternative.
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Popular Central American Women's Blue Scarves $40 to $60
Backstrap Loom Rayon Chenille Handmade Scarf in Blue, "Forever Blue"
Bands of blue shade from pale azure to deep turquoise. Working on the backstrap loom, Maya artisans from K'amolon K'i K'ojonel transform rayon made from bamboo fiber into a lightweight handwoven scarf. Lavish fringe trims each end.
Handwoven Rayon Wrap Scarf in Blue from Guatemala, "Smooth Breeze in Blue"
Handwoven of fine rayon made from bamboo, this Guatemalan scarf represents the hard work of K'amolon K'i K'ojonel, meaning "let's get together." The group of women artisans carefully create the scarf to feature varying hues of blue, completed with fringes that dangle from the ends.
Artisan Crafted Cotton Scarf from Guatemala, "Blue Atitlan"$49.99
Blue as the deep waters of Lake Atitlán, this beautiful scarf takes its colors from the plant. "We can obtain many tonalities of blue and indigo," weavers from the Community Association of Tzutujil Women Artisans explain. "The dark blue is taken from the first time we boil the leaves, and the light blue from the fourth boiling." The women work in cool cotton, working on a traditional backstrap loom to create the extraordinary textile.