This gorgeous, lightweight linen wrap is handwoven using natural fibres to create an elegant, gauze-like texture. It’s perfect for wrapping up on warm days or as a stylish accent piece when worn open. The fibres are weaved with luxury materials like linen and hemp. We work closely with our textile artisans overseas to ensure every scarf is handcrafted by skilled workers who are well compensated for their time and effort.
- 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.
🌿 A light linen scarf will add texture to any outfit! It is meticulously handwoven and has a white stripe and eyelash fringe.
🌿 Weaving with linen is extremely difficult due to its lack of elasticity, but the end result is a fabric with a natural texture that will last a lifetime.
🌿 It is one of the world's oldest and strongest fibres, and it is also one of the most environmentally friendly materials because it uses every part of the plant.
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 goal is to give Ethiopian weavers a place to work that is ethical, sustainable, and appreciative of their culture. These artisans are motivated by Ethiopia's historic weaving traditions to make beautiful textiles from natural fibres of the highest quality. Handspun thread is becoming increasingly rare in today's mechanized textile industry.
Everything is done by hand, from the spinning of the thread to the weaving of the fabric. Rural women use hand spinning as a source of additional income since it is a skill that is typically passed down from mother to daughter (or granddaughter to granddaughter). By acquiring cotton thread made by Ethiopian women in Addis Ababa, Sabahar pays honour to this longstanding heritage. Spinning can be a good source of extra income for women because it is something they can do in their spare time.
Ethiopians have long relied on hand weaving as a primary source of income. The majority of Ethiopian traditional apparel is still woven by hand. A father's knowledge of weaving passes down to his sons, which explains why there are so many male weavers in Ethiopia. Patterns, colours, and designs have advanced in sophistication while processes have stayed mostly consistent over time. On average, a weaver may turn out one to three scarves a day, depending on the complexity of the design.