This Wrap Scarf features a unique texture. It's a luxury textile. It's handwoven using sustainable materials and traditional techniques. The organic fabric will soften with wear and last for years to come - giving your wardrobe a unique touch of luxury. This product is handmade by local artisans, who believe that quality workmanship is the key to building strong communities and healthy families.
- Brand: Sabahar.
- Material: 100% cotton dyed with low-impact, AZO-free, and REACH-certified reactive dyes.
- Dimensions: L 80" x W 27".
- 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.
🌿 This enormous unisex scarf is crafted completely of pure Ethiopian cotton and contains a hand-knotted fringe.
🌿 Due to the various colours used throughout, these sculptures are genuinely one-of-a-kind.
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
A major goal of Sabahar's is to provide sustainable employment for Ethiopian artisans while also showcasing the skills of their weavers to the rest of the globe. They use natural fibres to make gorgeous textiles, drawing inspiration from Ethiopia's long history of weaving. Handspun thread is a precious commodity in our mechanized textile factory world, where everything changes so quickly.
Everything is done by hand, from the spinning of the thread to the weaving of the fabric. Rural women use hand spinning to supplement their income because it is a skill they have learned from their mothers. By acquiring cotton thread made by Ethiopian women in Addis Ababa, Sabahar pays honour to this longstanding heritage. Spinning can be a good way for ladies to get some extra money because it is something they can do in their downtime.
Since ancient times, hand weaving has been an important part of Ethiopia's economy and culture. It's still possible to buy some traditional Ethiopian apparel that was weaved by hand. Almost all Ethiopian weavers are male since the skill of weaving is passed down from father to son. Patterns, colours, and designs have advanced in sophistication while processes have stayed mostly consistent over time. Depending on the level of detail in the pattern, a weaver can manufacture one to three scarves every day.