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Product description

A new collection of our hand-woven scarves this year has just arrived to celebrate Spring season.

This soft and fashion scarf is made from spray free home-grown cotton by the Toobkaewma Women's Group. It is spun into a yarn to create a soft feeling which gives you comfort when you wear around your neck. This hand-spun cotton creates a natural texture to the scarf. The more this scarf gets washed the softer it will be.

The indigo used is naturally dyed from the indigo plants following the traditional fermentation method. Indigo is one of the most difficult colours to produce. Repeated dying is needed to achieve the darker blue colour. The green is a mixture of indigo and Ta-kiannoo (a local plant that found mostly in Indochina) that gives a yellow colour.

Please note that as these products are made by artisans some slight variation in colour, size and finish may, therefore, occur in the product range.

Watch how our artisans made handwoven scarves from this video.


Product Care

First wash separately. Machine wash on a gentle cycle, dry in the shade.

Colours: Blue and Green; The original colours may vary slightly from the photograph.

Dimensions: width: 46 cm, length: 184 cm; Weight (approx.): 186g

Materials: 100% hand-woven Cotton

Women Scarves - Green 186 g

$79.99 + Free shipping

Delivery and Order Info

We deliver nationwide through the Australia Post network by standard post. Please let us know so we can manage the delivery according to your request.
When do you deliver:
Most products are in stock and ready to dispatch within 24 hours except if the order is placed on a public holiday. We then will dispatch on the next working day.
Returns and General Order considerations:
Ceramics products are packed with bubble wrap to ensure that they are not broken during the shipping process.
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Life Interwoven

About the seller

Life Interwoven is a social enterprise founded by a group of like-minded friends with the inspiration to fight disadvantage and poverty as well as helping to conserve traditional textile and handicrafts in South East Asia. In particular Life Interwoven aims to help small village based enterprises by supporting enterprises that still use traditional and artisan techniques.

Our Mission:
Reducing poverty through art, craft and education

In 2017, we continue to support Human and Hope Association, an Australian NGO education project for disadvantaged children in Cambodia.

Donations for Financial Year 2016-2017
- funded a preschool education to a whole class of 10 students for a month.
- funded four children in the Khmer language program at HHA for a year, teaching them their native language so they can move up at public school.
- educated two children in our English language program for a year.
- provided scholarships to two students for a year education program.

How this purchase helps

  • Disadvantage
  • Economic empowerment
  • Education and training
  • Environment