Back to Basic Shawl

You’ll love it because: This handsome natural cotton piece will become your go-to accessory! A basic piece that works as a scarf or as a shawl and goes with anything!

Price:

$30.00

Clear

Description

Simple and good-looking, our Back to Basics scarf is a must-have accessory. The simple natural cotton weave is accented with colourful blanket stitch along the edge. The width is wide enough to be used as a shawl. Want ideas on how to wear our scarf and shawls? Check out this video featuring Moonoy, our Retail Manager.

Additional information

WeightN/A
Color

Blue, Brown

Thank you for your purchase!

Learn more about our impact and support our mission and artisans livelihoods.

Play Video

You might also be interested in:

Elephant Feet Hmong Cushion Cover

We love colours but we also like neutral colours! These Hmong Reverse Appliqué Cushion Covers are the perfect example… Made by Hmong artisans, these large cushion covers feature natural hemp, plus meticulous stitching skills on a cotton background. The Hmong are highly skilled at reverse appliqué, an ingenious technique that

$44.00
Love Gift Cushion Cover

Love Gifts, or pha khan mon in Lao, are symbolic gifts given by a young weaver to her crush or romantic partner. During the war years, love gifts were sent off by mothers and sisters to sons and brothers on the frontlines as a reminder of home and as a

$38.00$44.00
Happy bird keychain

Our keychain collection features the animals of the zodiac and Lao legends. The happy bird keychain is a reference to the hongkham bird that can be found in Lao textiles. These keychains are made from organic cotton and dyed in indigo. This is a product from the Village Weavers Projects

Kimono Cotton Jacket

A best-seller because it can be worn multiple ways and looks wonderful each time. Inspired by the classic Japanese silhouette, the Kimono cotton jacket is part of a design collaboration with Nayang village through our Village Weavers Project. The Tai Lue weavers in Ban Nayang dye the cotton yarns in

Ko Keyo Cotton Table Runner

The subtle patterns and colours of the Ko Keyo or hook motif table runner is part of its appeal. Weavers use the tapestry method to weave these patterns, which means they have no pattern to guide them! The weft threads are made up of 6-8 ply threads, making this collection

Oma Inspired Cushion Cover

Our collection of cushion covers are sized slightly larger, making them versatile. Use them on your bed and sofa, your most comfortable armchair or as a floor pillow. Handmade with indigo dyed cotton woven by partner villages in Luang Prabang province. The inner panel features embroidery by Oma artisans in

$27.00
Hmong Hemp Cloth with batik

This hemp and batik masterpiece was created by Mae Tao Zuzong, a Hmong artist living in Luang Prabang. She handrew this cloth with beeswax using a bamboo and copper nibbed pen. The central motifs depict the traditional silver necklaces of the Hmong people. Usually a cloth will be dip dyed

$190.00

Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter!

You will receive a welcome Email with a 15% coupon for our online store within one hour.

If you don’t get anything, please check your spam folder.