Central American Women's Patterned Scarves(121 items)
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Esta preciosa! The piece is beautifully woven and I hope that the majority of the proceeds are going to the women in the cooperative.
The scarf is well crafted, and the design and color goes well with my wardrobe. Its soft, warm and very beautiful!
Feel so beautiful wearing this!
I absolutely love these scarves and own 4 or 5 by this point. The chenille is soft and looks beautiful, which makes me feel beautiful wearing this! I love knowing that this was made by an artisan and delivered from one persons hands to my own hands. I will absolutely be back to buy more-- but might not tell my husband! :)
K'amolon K'i K'ojonel Hand-woven accessories and apparel
They regard as their major achievement the stability of a women's organization and so offer hope to the survivors of the 1980s massacres.
Many children were orphaned too, and... read more
Popular Central American Women's Patterned 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.
Backstrap Loom Rayon Chenille Handmade Scarf in Blue, "Forever Blue"$49.99
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.
Rayon Chenille Scarf Woven by Hand, "Solola Afternoon"$49.99
Talented women weavers from K'amolon K'i K'ojonel create an elegant, ombré-effect scarf on a traditional backstrap loom. Working with rayon made from bamboo fiber, they weave the colorful accessory in shades of orange, yellow, green, turquoise and red.
Handwoven Rayon Wrap Scarf in Blue from Guatemala, "Smooth Breeze in Blue"$49.99
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.