Women's Patterned Orange Shawls(28 items)
Featured Reviews on Women's Patterned Orange Shawls
This wrap is a perfect size and weight for adding a little warmth on a cool evening or early morning. The quality is superb, the weaving is tight and smooth, the colors are so lovely and it wash s up beautifully - colors don t fade and the fringe doesn t tangle. It hangs dry nicely and irons easily. I really love it! I made this purchase after buying a scarf from this same group of artists because I was so impressed by their work.
joy and delight
This is such a beautifully crafted piece. The color combination is joyful and celebratory. Feels like spring came early.
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