Central American Women's Purple Scarves(27 items)
Featured Reviews on Central American Women's Purple Scarves
Profusion of Purple
Purple is my wife s favorite color. The color is beautiful, material is extremely soft. She loves wearing it.
Vibrant colors. Soft & comfortable fabric
I love the vibrant colors. The scarf has a really nice weight to it, and the fabric is soft and comfortable against my skin. I havent washed it yet, but I like that this is a washable scarf. Its so lovely!
The colors are beautiful! They work so well together visually. The touch is soft and sumptuous and rich. I expected the scarf to be be pretty, but this scarf exudes quality beyond pretty.
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 Purple Scarves
Purple Fuchsia Lilac Guatemalan Scarf Rayon Chenille, "Iridescent Purple"$49.99
Purple and fuchsia color this scarf with timeless elegance. Different teams of artisans within K'amolon K'i K'ojonel are involved in the creation of this rayon made from bamboo fiber scarf, from those who dye the yarn, to those who spin it, to those who weave it on a backstrap loom. And everyone is working from home, keeping a millenary textile tradition alive.
Since the threads are dyed by the women, please expect slight differences in the color tone and arrangement.
Handwoven 100% Rayon Wrap Scarf from Guatemala, "Smooth Breeze"$49.99
Handwoven of fine rayon 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 hues of green and purple, completed with fringes that dangle from the ends.
Purple Rayon Backstrap Loom Handwoven Scarf, "Mystic Maya Orchids"$49.99
Narrow rows of color flow in orderly patterns across a bottle green scarf. Working on a backstrap loom, Maya artisans from K'amolon K'i K'ojonel transform soft rayon made from bamboo fiber into a beautiful handwoven scarf. "This design is inspired by our tropical orchid blossoms," they confide.