Women's Cotton Shawls(340 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Women's Cotton Shawl Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Women's Cotton Shawls
Just as I hoped for.
This shawl is a gorgeous teal, just as I hoped for. The knit pattern is beautiful, and the workmanship is expert. Im very happy with the purchase.
More Beautiful Than the Picture
I bought this as a graduation gift and I was doubly amazed; first, the packaging it arrived in was incredible and the item itself was above and beyond in quality and workmanship.
Detailed handwork and beautiful design
I purchased this wonderful textile that can be worn as a shawl or on a table as a runner. Detailed craftsmanship and perfect execution.
Popular Women's Cotton Shawls
Striped Block-Printed Cotton Shawl in Indigo from India, "Indigo Stripes"$19.99
In indigo and snow white, stripes and square motifs decorate this luxurious shawl from India. Aftab designs and crafts this artisanal cotton shawl, which is decorated using the block-printing method. The motifs are hand-carved into wood blocks that are used to stamp the fabric.
Guatemalan Hand Woven Cotton Shawl in Primary Colors, "Valley of Flowers"$49.99
Woven by hand on a traditional loom, this beautiful shawl takes its inspiration from the wildflowers of Guatemala. "We want to share the joy of life," artisans from the Creative Artisan Women's Group explain. Cotton in red, blue, white, black and orange creates rich textures, and hand-knotted fringe adorns each end.
Bubble Motif Block-Printed Cotton Shawl from India, "Indigo Bubbles"$23.99
In indigo and snow white, lovely bubble motifs and stripes decorate this luxurious shawl from India. Aftab designs and crafts this artisanal cotton shawl, which is decorated using the block-printing method. The motifs are hand-carved into wood blocks that are used to stamp the fabric.
Blue and White Mud Resist Striped Block Print Cotton Shawl, "Dabu Blue"$19.99
Pacific blue alternates with white on this handcrafted cotton shawl to evoke dawn flowers. Aftab works in the ancient Rajasthani print technique to craft a beautiful shawl. Printing blocks are dipped in a mixture of mud, which is stamped onto the cloth to create the motifs. When dry, the fabric is dipped in a bath of indigo dye, thus dabu is known as a mud resist print.
Because of their handcrafted nature, no two dabu prints are ever identical.