You will find a sustainable shawl or a scarf that you will enjoy for years at TheHappyScarf.
Our scarves, shawls and fashion accessories come from Thailand.
Everything is made in a sustainable way and by hand.
The fabrics are woven on a wooden loom.
The weavers use a lot of paint from nature to color the yarn.
With a shawl, shawl or accessory from TheHappyScarf you don’t just spoil yourself, a birthday family member or a friend.
You also choose a cleaner environment and support the weaver’s family.
Read: – A sustainable hand-woven scarf
Making a scarf
Thai farmers have no yield from the land in the hot season.
That is the period when the weavers put themselves behind looms to weave shawls.
They get through this period with the sale of their fabrics.
The craftsmanship is passed on from mother to daughter.
We buy the shawls directly from the weaver in the village.
The prices are agreed in advance so that everyone gets a fair price.
A shawl or scarf of TheHappyScarf is:
– Of high quality
– Ideal for different seasons or occasions
– Woven by hand on a wooden loom
– By weavers in the agricultural villages of Thailand
– Unique and original
– Purchased at a fair price
– The ideal gift for a loved one or yourself And he looks great on you!
Ideal for any season, event or occasion!
The scarf feels warm in winter and coolin summer.
Woven with thick or thin yarn, our scarves are not only suitable for the winter months.
You are also happy with your soft scarf on cool evenings in spring, summer or autumn.
With a cheerful dress, a suit or casual jacket.
You’re just going to shine a little more.
A special gift
Share your concern for nature and people with others.
It is an ideal and original gift with a message.
No factory mass production or long monotonous working days, but home industry when it suits the weaver.
The scarves that are dyed with dyes from nature make your gift extra durable.
Also read: A sustainable gift under 50 euros
Are you curious
- Where the sustainable scarves come from
- How our weavers weave them
- How and with what the yarn is dyed
- Why the scarves are super soft and
- Be your charity?
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