This scarf is made from 100% cotton and features a lovely natural texture and unique designs. Made by hand, this scarf is light and versatile and can be worn in a variety of different ways to suit any style or weather condition. It is the perfect accessory for the man looking to make their outfit stand out from the crowd.
- Brand: Sabahar.
- Material: 100% cotton dyed with low-impact, AZO-free, and REACH-certified reactive dyes.
- Dimensions: L 80" x W 22".
- Handmade in Ethiopia.
- Care: Wash in cold water on a gentle cycle, hang dry, and iron. Bleach not.
As is the case with all handwoven textiles, slight variations occur, making each piece a work of art and truly unique.
Ethiopian cotton is used exclusively in the construction of this ultra-lightweight scarf. It's based on the scarves and shawls Ethiopian ladies wear on vacations and other occasions, which inspired the design. The light colours and airiness of these scarves make them perfect for spring and summer. Comes in three vibrant shades!
Shipping and Return policy:
Shipping fees: $7 for the first scarf + $3 for each additional scarf.
Delivery time: 2 – 5 business days.
Return Policy: Our return policy lasts 14 days from the purchase date. Return shipments must be postmarked within 14 days of receipt to be eligible for a refund. To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging with all tags attached. Learn more about our return policy.
Profile of the Artist
Sabahar's purpose is to provide Ethiopian craftspeople with respectful, ethical, and sustainable employment possibilities while also showcasing their weavers' talents to the globe. They handcraft gorgeous textiles from natural fibres, drawing inspiration from Ethiopia's historic weaving traditions. The beauty of handspun thread is a rare item in today's fast-changing world of mechanized textile manufacturing.
From the spinning of the thread through the weaving of the fabric, the entire process is done by hand. Hand spinning is a technique passed down from mother to daughter, and the majority of rural women use it to augment their income. Sabahar pays respect to this legacy by sourcing hand-spun cotton thread from an Addis Ababa-based network of women. Because the majority of spinning is done during leisure time, it can be a potential source of additional money for women.
For millennia, hand weaving has been a way of life in Ethiopia. Almost all Ethiopian traditional attire is still woven on handlooms. Weaving is a passed-down skill from father to son, which explains why practically all weavers in Ethiopia are male. While the procedures have stayed generally consistent over time, the patterns, colours, and designs have become increasingly complicated. A weaver can manufacture one to three scarves every day, depending on the level of detail in the pattern.