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Mayan Hand-Woven Cotton Scarves


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These brand new hand-woven cotton scarves, available in a variety of stylish colors, will excite fashionistas of all ages! Each scarf is carefully handcrafted by a Maya artisan, making this a very special addition to your wardrobe. The beautiful weave of this cotton fabric includes subtle stripes of complimentary colors that give the scarves their unique two-toned look. The artisans who weave these beautiful scarves benefit directly from each purchase, improving the lives of their families and their communities. Each fair trade scarf is approximately 9 inches wide and 65" long, lending it to endless style possibilities. Available in midnight blue, southern rose, carnival (purple), emerald forest (green), sun flare (orange), turquoise, and spring berry (magenta), there is a scarf to fit every season and every outfit. These hand woven scarves can be worn wrapped around the neck, loosely knotted and worn in front, or endless other stylish ways!

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Mayan Hand-Woven Cotton Scarves

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These hand woven cotton scarves are created by the artisans of Agua Caliente who live in a rural village near the city of Chimaltenango within the central highlands area of the country. The Maya indigenous artisans of this group excel in the creation of items using treadle foot looms and make many of MayaWorks’ home goods. In recent years MayaWorks has sponsored skills trainings with these artisans on using sewing machines. They are very open to learning new skills and are also very creative with their work. Some artisans have even created their own unique fabrics which are now used in MayaWorks products! The artisans of Agua Caliente make a fair wage in the production of this Guatemalan runner which allows them to better support their families.

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