Handwoven scarves from Thailand

They are beautiful! These original, handwoven scarves. They are made by poor women from farming villages in Thailand. The scarves are suitable for men and women.

The colors are varied. Flowers and plants are often used to dye the fabric. As a result, there is no pollution of nature.

Because they are made by hand, no two shawls are the same. You also make the weaver happy with your purchase. She is grateful to you because she gets a fair price for her work.

Look further in our store, choose, order and you will soon receive a unique item of clothing in your mailbox.

Prepare yourself for compliments from friends and acquaintances. Because this scarf looks great on you.

Features of our scarves:

  • Doesn’t itch
  • Handmade
  • Sustainable
  • Suitable for multiple seasons
  • Fair priced
  • Unique

It takes two to three days for the average scarf to be ready.

Many of our scarves are colored with dyes from nature. In this way, the environmental impact is minimized.

Weaving the scarves

For every season

cotton fields here begins the process of the handmade cotton scarf
Cotton fields

The fabric of the scarf feels wonderfully soft on your skin, does not itch and makes the scarves suitable for every season. The cold winter months or spring, autumn and summer.

  • In winter, the scarf keeps you nice and warm and
  • In the summer the fabric feels cool

This way you can sit outside for a long time, even on a cool summer day.

Men, women and children’s scarves

The scarves are suitable for everyone. They are worn by ladies and gentlemen, young and old.

And they are not fast fashion shawls that disappear in the wardrobe after a season. In a few years, the colors will still combine well with your overcoat, blouse, shirt or sweater.

Where our scarves come from

a scarf is made
The weaver gets a fair price

The hand-woven scarves come from Thailand. We travel all over the country visiting small communities in search of beautiful, good quality scarves.

During the dry season there is no work on the land in the rural areas. So the women in small, poor villages, put themselves behind the loom. In this way they try to earn extra money with their handicrafts. They are happy with the extra income.

Je hoort gelach, gezang en geklets wanneer de vrouwen, meestal van middelbare leeftijd of ouder, de losse draden tot een mooie sjaal weven. Twee tot drie dagen duurt het voor de gemiddelde sjaal klaar is.

The ladies are proud and critical of their own work and compare each other’s fabrics. You can hardly have a better quality mark. Made with love from the heart is certainly not an exaggeration.

A fair price

on the loom the scarves are woven by hand
The loom is often under the house

In such a small community there is often a shop or person who collects the finished products and tries to sell them. We purchase the scarves from such a local contact. Because we want to support this good work, we don’t haggle excessively and we always buy at a fair price that benefits the community.

Nice and soft

the cotton scarves are boiled to make them soft
The scarves are boiled in Alkaline water to make them soft

Most scarves are washed in a bath of Alkaline water. The high pH value of the soft water makes the fabric supple and soft.

A good cause around your neck

behind the loom
A fair price for the weaver

With the purchase you help to preserve this beautiful craft. You help poor villagers through the winter.

And these ladies thank you for that.

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