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Gauze Linen Scarf

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A one-of-a-kind, handwoven linen wrap that has a gauze texture created using a traditional weaving method. The wrap is made from 100% natural linen fibres, and the final product is a sophisticated accessory that complements any outfit. This linen scarf is just the thing to wear with a pair of heels or ballet flats. It wraps around your neck, keeping you warm on breezy days, but works just as well with a simple t-shirt and jeans. A timeless accessory that will leave you looking effortlessly chic.



- Brand: Sabahar.

- Material: 100% Linen.

- Measurements: L 79" x W 17".

- Handmade in Ethiopia.

- Care: Machine wash in cold water, lay flat to 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.


Product description:

A breezy linen scarf can be worn with any outfit to lend a refined touch. It is painstakingly handwoven and has a raw, eyelash fringe on the bottom half. Available in a variety of colourful colours!

Because of the labour-intensive nature of the production process, linen is considered a premium cloth. Given that linen is not elastic, weaving with it is incredibly tough; nonetheless, the end product is a fabric that has a natural feel and will last a lifetime. It is one of the world's oldest and strongest fibres, and linen is also one of the most environmentally friendly fabrics available, as it makes use of every part of the plant that may be used.

Shipping and Return policy:

Shipping information:

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 respectful, ethical, and long-term job possibilities for Ethiopian craftsmen while also showcasing the abilities of its weavers to the rest of the world, according to their website. They use natural fibres to create gorgeous textiles that are inspired by Ethiopia's historic weaving traditions, which they then sell. Especially in today's quickly changing world of mechanized textile factories, the beauty of hand-spun thread is becoming increasingly scarce.

Using only hand tools, the entire process is completed by hand, beginning with the thread spinning and ending with the weaving of the fabric. Hand spinning is a technique that is passed down from mother to daughter, and the majority of rural women spin at home to augment their family's living expenses. With the purchase of hand-spun cotton thread from a network of women in Addis Ababa, Sabahar pays homage to this legacy and honours their efforts. Spinning can be a potential form of extra income for women due to the fact that the vast majority of it is done during leisure time.

Handweaving has been a part of Ethiopian culture for hundreds of years. Almost all traditional Ethiopian apparel is still made on handlooms, which are still in use today. Weaving is a skill that is passed down from father to son, which explains why men account for the vast majority of weavers in Ethiopia. Despite the fact that the techniques have stayed essentially the same over the years, the patterns, colours, and designs have become increasingly complex. A weaver can produce anywhere from one to three scarves every day, depending on the complexity of the design.