Women's Patterned Hand Woven Shawls(191 items)
Featured Reviews on Women's Patterned Hand Woven Shawls
So stylish... in Teal
This is my second Jamawar shawl. This shawl can beautifully complement any type of outfit, may it be simple or more sophisticated. The elegance of its pattern is truly an astonishing handwoven work of art. Thank you so much for sharing your talent with the Novica community!
A favorite scarf for contrast & design.
Truly enjoy every aspect, even if the silk is abit thin. The design is marvelous, the colors pop, a very happy customer of these artisans!
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.
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 Women's Patterned Hand Woven Shawls
Black Zapotec Rebozo Shawl with Colorful Geometric Stripes, "Zapotec Night Splendor"$54.99
Working on the handloom, Carmen Ruiz weaves an extraordinary Zapotec shawl. Intricate motifs in orange, red and pink mingle with blue and forest green on an expanse of midnight black. A voluptuous hand tied macramé fringe completes this lovely cotton wrap, which takes its colors from natural dyes.
Handwoven Jamawar Wool Shawl in Teal from India, "Himalayan Heirloom in Teal"$64.95
Against a body of teal and navy, colorful flowers dance under paisley clouds in a stunning jamawar from Sandeep Malhotra. So intricate was the work of an authentic jamawar that a person could finish only one shawl in his lifetime. Such shawls were not sold, but were given to kings and queens who, in turn, gave the artisan properties according to the worth of the shawl. Authentic jamawar is virtually unavailable, but replicas such as this recall their amazing beauty.
Guatemalan Hand Woven Shawl in Blues and Orchids, "Blue Orchids"$119.99
Harmonious colors come together, yet each retains its own identity in this handwoven shawl. Working on a backstrap loom, Maya artisans from K'amolon K'i K'ojonel transform rayon chenille made from bamboo into a cozy lightweight wrap. Threads in blues, purples and grey distinguish the design, which is finished with lavish 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.