Women's Multicolor Rayon Scarves(55 items)
Featured Reviews on Women's Multicolor Rayon Scarves
Colors, colors, colors...
Gorgeous colors and so soft and cozy. The colors go with almost everything and are especially cpmplimentary for redheads and blondes.
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.
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Popular Women's Multicolor Rayon Scarves
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.
Guatemalan Rainbow Colored Rayon Chenille Scarf, "Gift of the Rainbow"$54.99
The colors of the rainbow lend their beauty to this scarf from Guatemala. The scarf comes from K'amolon K'i K'ojonel, where different teams of artisans contribute to the crafting of this scarf, from dyeing the threads of rayon chenille made from bamboo, to weaving it on a back strap loom and finishing it by hand.
Hand Woven Striped Alpaca Blend Wrap Scarf from Peru, "Perfect Harmony"$54.99
Bright shades of cerulean, scarlet, aubergine, and carnation harmonize in a graceful striped pattern. Hand-woven in Peru, this colorful wrap scarf is designed by artisans Raquel and Gregor. The artisans select a soft and comfortable alpaca blend to craft the vibrant accessory.
Cotton blend kente cloth scarf 4 inch, "God's Child"$54.99
Woven by hand, traditional West African kente cloth is dazzling. Madam Adwoa continues her mother's craft with this extraordinary design. Each strip of kente cloth requires considerable effort, and the looms are worked with both hands and feet. Each color has its own meanings in Asante culture. Green is fertility and new harvest, gold is royalty, black is strength, aging and spirituality, and white is purity. The patterns themselves are carefully chosen symbols, which a master weaver develops and names. This design is named meaning "Nobody points a child to God" in the Akan language.