A durable, comfortable, and sturdy wrap scarf made to be versatile. Perfect for lounging around the house or taking to the office. Do you know what's better than that? Being able to use this scarf as a headscarf, too! If you're looking for something comfortable and stylish without breaking the bank, this scarf is definitely worth checking out.
- Brand: Sabahar.
- Material: The fabric is made from 100% cotton and dyed with reactive, AZO-free, REACH certified dyes.
- Measurements: L 80" x W 23".
- Care: Wash in cold water, dry in a sunny place, and iron. Bleach should not be used.
Like all woven textiles, each individual product is a work of art, and each one is completely unique.
🌿 100% Ethiopian cotton is used to make this opulent scarf that may be worn by everyone.
🌿 There is a bespoke fringe in addition to the usual stripe pattern. There are two colours to choose from.
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.
What this person does
Sabahar works with Ethiopian artisans to create chances for them to work in a respectful, ethical, and sustainable way. They weave textiles from natural fibres with exquisite motifs using ancient Ethiopian weaving techniques. Handspun thread is lovely since it is unusual in today's world of mechanized textile manufacturers.
From thread spinning to fabric weaving, every step is done by hand. Hand spinning is passed down from mother to daughter, and many rural women do it at home to supplement their income. Sabahar supports local women who hand-spin raw cotton into thread. While most spinning is done while doing other things, it can help women earn extra money.
Ethiopian weavers have been hand weaving for millennia. Traditional Ethiopian apparel is still woven on handlooms. Almost all Ethiopian weavers are men, hence the craft is passed down from father to son. Techniques have changed little throughout time. Things have altered tremendously with colours, patterns, and designs. Depending on the pattern, one to three scarves can be woven in a day.