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Red Yarrow Scarf

Add a little something extra to your outfit: throw the Red Yarrow Scarf over a simple tee and jeans or wrap it snuggly 'round on chilly evenings. It's a versatile and stylish addition to any wardrobe. The lightweight and slightly transparent fabric make it ideal for layering over your favorite outfits all year round and the perfect scarf for travel. The finished edges on the long sides and the unfinished, slightly fringed edge on the ends, give it an edgy, yet sophisticated look. It's the perfect way to add a touch of effortless style to any outfit, while keeping you cozy and comfortable. Ethically handcrafted in small batches by artisans in India working with Noah's Ark International Exports. What began in 1986 out of one family's home in Moradabad, is now a business of 20 independent fair trade workshops.

HANDCRAFTED IN INDIA

  • Materials: 100% viscose
  • Measures: 72"L x 27"W
  • Colors: Cream, rust, pale purple, tan
  • Care: Handwash cold. Lay flat to dry.
  • Handcrafted in India

SKU: 6832240

THE MAKERS

Noah's Ark International Exports is a fair trade handicraft marketing organization in Moradabad, India. Noah's Ark provides benefits such as education and medical treatment for artisans and their families. As artisan businesses become more self-sufficient, Noah's Ark takes on new families. Since the company's inception, about 20 artisan workshops have become independent. Noah's Ark started in 1986, in one room of a family house in Moradabad. Businessman Samuel Masih observed that exporters and middlemen were taking advantage of handicraft artisans. He started Noah's Ark to promote these artisans and their crafts.
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