Central American Women's Cotton Shawls(32 items)
Featured Reviews on Central American Women's Cotton Shawls
I expected a weave of cotton yarn thicker than these doubled threads used throughout. The colors are always two per section so that the weave can showcase both in a pattern on one side or single color on each side. The pattern of Xs is very unique and a nice contrast to the striping. I have not learned to use a loom and this shawl gives me great respect for the artist.
warm winters in Germany
my daughter love it because the mix of colours is very unusual...very well done and good quality, merci
Received my shawl today and the work is beautiful. Impeccable craftsmanship by Yolanda and Antonia Panjoj. Thank you!
Popular Central American Women's Cotton Shawls
Artisan Crafted Colorful Cotton Shawl from Guatemala, "Festival of Color"$69.99
Evoking the colors of a Guatemalan festival, this shawl features vibrant stripes, X patterns, and squares that are woven by hand from cotton yarns. Elena Ixtamer creates this shawl, which is accented at the ends with dangling fringe work.
Green and Turquoise Handwoven Guatemalan Cotton Shawl, "Cooling Country Breeze"
Cool kale green and rich turquoise meet and mingle with black and ivory. Working on the backstrap loom, Elena Ixtamer creates a complex and intriguing pattern in Guatemalan cotton. The versatile shawl culminates in hand-tied fringe.
Colorful Cotton Shawl Crafted in Guatemala, "San Juan Fiesta"$69.95
In all the colors of a fiesta, cotton yarns are handwoven together on a traditional loom to create the intricate stripes and X patterns of this shawl from Guatemala. Elena Ixtamer creates this artisanal shawl, which is sure to turn heads wherever it goes. Hand-knotted fringe work accents the ends of this marvelous accessory.
Blue and Ivory Cotton Shawl Fringe from Guatemala, "Natural Combination in Blue"$94.99
Woven by hand on a backstrap loom, this shawl is lightweight and comfortable. Luisa Villavicencio designs the wrap with a loose weave for a beautiful drape. The undyed ivory cotton is natural, grown on the Villavicencio family farm in Guatemala. Strands of recycled denim create the steel blue tones.