Light Viscose Scarf
Viscose is a manmade textile made from organic agricultural products. For example, viscose may be made from fibers of banana, pineapple , jute, cotton and other plants. These are eco-friendly and biodegradable products that avoid polluting or damaging the environment.
Tea Time Scarf
A light accessory with shimmering accents, the Teatime Scarf is lovingly crafted by artisans of the Asha Handicrafts Association. Sanskrit for “hope,” Asha provides opportunities for artisans in and around Mumbai.
Breezy Evening Scarf
Just the accessory you need on a breezy blue evening in summer. A handcrafted scarf in light confetti viscose, fringed and dotted with color. Viscose is a manmade textile made from organic agricultural products. For example, viscose may be made from fibers of banana, pineapple , jute, cotton and other plants. These are eco-friendly and biodegradable products that avoid polluting or damaging the environment.
The Crimson Scarf is handcrafted by artisans working with CRC Exports in India, which helps small, informally organized craft workshops develop into self-sustaining businesses. CRC provides marketing, design and exporting assistance.
Handcrafted in India.
• Dimensions: 70" l x 19" w
• Weight: 4.7 oz
Made in Nepal.
By Ten Thousand Villages.
**Eco Friendly, Small Batch ,Social Good, Not on Amazon, Handmade.
Ten Thousand Villages As pioneers of fair trade, Ten Thousand Villages brings conscious shoppers purposeful handmade goods for home and life. Our maker-to-market movement puts people and planet first, believing that what we wear, what we place in our homes, or give as gifts should be ethically and sustainably made. We value the unique nature of something that’s been crafted by hand and we invest in the life of the maker behind it. Long-term partnerships with women and marginalized communities in developing countries helps break the cycle of poverty and ignite social change so that together we thrive. Ethical at every step • Ensuring makers earn a fair, living wage in safe working conditions • Caring for the Earth • Investing in partnerships that empower women and marginalized communities • Celebrating craft and culture Impacting over 100,000 people – artisans and their families • 25+ developing countries • 75+ artisan partner groups • 20K+ makers • 60% are women • 70+ years’ experience as a fair trade leader.