Artisans in rural Thailand use silk left over from the making of ceremonial and festive clothing to create this one-of-a-kind yo-yo scarf. Each piece begins as a circle of fabric, which is hand-sewn into a three-dimensional “bud” and then connected edge to edge. No two scarves will be exactly alike.
Made in Thailand. 100% washed silk. 3 1/2"W x 80"L.
At the 19th-century Muckross House, Irish weavers ply
their trade using traditional methods. This wool and cashmere scarf, inspired by the colors of Killarney National Park’s lakes and waterfalls, is handwoven on a 200-year-old Hattersley loom.
Women in a textile workshop in Nepal's Kathmandu
Valley take scraps of silk left from the production of saris and weave them into a uniquely textured yarn. Knit or crocheted, they transform what would otherwise be discarded into cozy winter ...
The rugged islands at the mouth of Ireland's
Galway Bay are the birthplace of Aran knitting. In the 18th and 19th centuries, the wives and mothers of local fisherman knit heavy wool sweaters for their kin. As they swapped patterns ...