Fair trade kantha work scarf made from old saris. This scarf is displayed on a black stand and has red and blue stripes overlaid with a swirling gold pattern.
A pile of folded fair trade Kantha work scarves. The top scarf is in shades of silvery blues and purples.
A pile of folded fair trade Kantha work scarves. The top scarf is in shades of red and blue with a black line drawing pattern overlaid.

Recycled silk Kantha stitch scarf

Regular price £20.00 £0.00 Unit price per

Fabulous

These unique fair trade scarves are made from recycled silk saris that are stitched together using Kantha stitching. Kantha work is a traditional Indian embroidery technique that uses multiple layers of old saris to make beautiful new fabric.

Each one of these scarves it totally unique and they are reversible so that you get two looks from one scarf. As each scarf is unique we do not specify what colour you will get. However, if you have a particular colour preference please let us know when ordering and we will see what we can do!

45 cms x 190 cms approx

Fair

These scarves are handmade by Fair Trade artisans in India. The purpose of the project making the scarves is to help the artisnas to become self-sufficent. The work provided also benefits the whole community and prevents old saris from becoming waste.


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