Women's Patterned Hand Woven Rayon Blend Scarves(27 items)
Featured Reviews on Women's Patterned Hand Woven Rayon Blend Scarves
My sister-in-law loved this scarf. I sent it to her for her 60th birthday, and she loved the colors and said it was really soft. It made me feel good to give her something she really liked and to support artisans who work hard and make beautiful things.
Soft and delicate
Bought this scarf for my sister as a xmas gift...way more beautiful than in the picture. Radiant color...highly recommend...craftsmanship is exceptional! She love it....
Raquel and Gregor Alpaca accessories
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Popular Women's Patterned Hand Woven Rayon Blend Scarves
Cotton Blend scarf, "Autumn Dreamer"$57.99
From orange and red to warm brown, this scarf from K'amolon K'i K'ojonel envelops with soft warmth. The stylish scarf is woven on a traditional backstrap loom from cotton and rayon made from bamboo, and features an opening through which the scarf can be adjusted to the desired snug fit.
Men's Handwoven Alpaca Blend Wrap Scarf in Grey from Peru, "Manly Stripes"$59.99
This sophisticated wrap scarf from the Peruvian highlands makes the perfect men's accessory. Designed by Raquel and Gregor, the scarf is handwoven of alpaca blend fibers on an artisanal loom for a soft and pleasing texture. It features patterned stripes of graphite, black, and snow white. Fringes at each end complete this tantalizing accessory.
Rayon and Cotton Blend Scarf, "Scarlet Dreamer"$59.99
From maroon to deep red, this scarf from K'amolon K'i K'ojonel envelops with soft warmth. The stylish scarf is woven on a traditional backstrap loom from cotton and rayon made from bamboo, and features an opening through which the scarf can be adjusted to the desired snug fit.
Authentic Handwoven Green Cotton Kente Cloth Scarf, "Green Pebbles"$37.99
The intricate texture in this handsome kente cloth scarf is inspired by beach pebbles. Designed by a fisherman around 1898, its name means "pebbles of the shore are hard to crack." The tiny blocks of pattern represent the thoughts of that ancestral craftsman. Handcrafted by the Gobah Tengey-Seddoh Family, this extraordinary double weave textile is one of the most difficult patterns to achieve. These expert weavers use traditional looms.
Each strip requires considerable effort, and the looms are worked with both hands and feet. Strips are generally three to four inches wide and seven to ten feet long, and the length of time it takes to complete one strip varies by the complexity of the chosen pattern. The simplest use mostly vertical, or warp patterns, and an experienced weaver can make several of those in one day. But patterns with nearly all weft (horizontal thread) patterns, where the warp design is hardly visible, can take up to four days to complete an individual strip. Each color has its own meanings in Asante culture. Green is fertility and new harvest, gold is royalty, black is strength, aging, and spirituality, while white is purity. The patterns themselves are carefully chosen symbols, which a master weaver develops and names, often to honor people, historical events, or proverbs.