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Guatemalan Bamboo Scarf

$65.00 Sale Price:   $49.99

Price: $65.00 Sale Price:   $49.99

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Maya weavers turn a new page on tradition by using sustainable bamboo fiber on their back-strap looms rather than the usual wool to create this extra-long, extra-soft scarf. The watercolor effect is created using a tie-dye weaving process called ikat. 100% organic bamboo. Hand-loomed by a women’s craft collective in Sololá, Guatemala.


Handcrafted in Guatemala. 100% organic bamboo. 10"W x 67"L with 2 1/2" fringe.


Hand-wash or dry clean.


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