Women's Patterned Multicolor Cotton Scarves(33 items)
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kente scarf for my wife.
saw a number of legislators wearing various kente scarfs at a memorial service for their colleague.. thought my wife would like one did research, found this one on novica, bought it and my wife absolutely loved it. 5 stars.
Loved the Inspirational Name
I purchased this as a gift for a very special, particular individual. She is a very sweet, caring individual who disdains extravagance and has dedicated her life to serve others. She absolutely loved it as a Christmas gift!
Such a beautiful silk scarf. It feels so luxurious and goes with most outfits. I love this scarf. I would buy it again.
Deborah Osei Boakye Kente cloth art
"Through kente cloth, I can express my appreciation of how the Ashanti culture and Western culture have found a point of integration."
"I am the last of nine children, born in June of 1965 in Accra, the capital of Ghana.... read more
Popular Women's Patterned Multicolor Cotton Scarves
Fair Trade Cotton Scarf, "Elephant Family"
Alaya Cholprasertsuk celebrates family ties in a whimsical elephant scene. Elephants hold a revered place in Thai society. They appear in many proverbs and sayings and are a national symbol. Cholprasertsuk works in batik to create this delightful cotton scarf.
As each piece is individually dyed, colors may vary slightly, making each scarf a unique work of art.
Cotton kente cloth scarf, "Sky Ladder"$67.99
Once a craft reserved only for men, today designer Deborah Osei Boakye preserves her grandfather's legacy with this exquisite kente cloth scarf. It is woven on a traditional handcrafted loom, with a rich cotton blend in shades of bright yellow and cool blue. According to Ashanti tradition, it is the weaver who names each piece, and this one is called the Akan word for "ladder."
Thai Artisan Made Cotton Batik Scarf with Elephants, "Winsome Elephants"$34.99
The talented Alaya Cholprasertsuk of Thailand presents this charming cotton batik scarf. The artisan meticulously creates the colorful elephants using the ancient art of batik, which uses wax resistance techniques to create patterns on fabric.
Alpaca Blend Wrap Scarf with Wave Motifs from Peru, "Effortless Style"$49.99
With an effortless elegance, this Peruvian wrap scarf features wave motifs with colors of magenta, olive, and crimson. Raquel and Gregor carry on Inca crafting traditions, diligently hand-weaving the scarf of soft alpaca blend fibers. Lovely fringes accentuate the scarf at each end.