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Scarves and shawls, unique & fair trade
Scarves, unique and handmade
Counting Flowers offers a distinctive collection of unique, handmade scarves. Each scarf is a work of art with delicate details, produced by the most talented artisans. The scarves are made from luxurious natural fibres. A special selection of silk scarves, pashmina, mohair, alpaca and cashmere shawls.
Counting Flowers works with Fairtrade organisations in developing countries. We also buy scarves directly from small scale entrepreneurs on the basis of Fairtrade principles. All profits (100%) go to education projects in these countries.
We are currently working with thirty-three artisans, cooperatives and organisations in eighteen countries.
Each scarf is available directly from stock. Select in the web shop on material, colour, national origin or price. View the scarf up close on the detailed photos.
You can always change your scarf or get your money refunded. Please contact us at email@example.com.
Scarves and shawls blog
25 Ways to wear your scarf - Slowly but surely the days are getting longer and the weather is getting slightly milder. Soon we can put away our wool winter scarves. Time to add a touch of charm, happiness and colour to your clothing. Your outfit will look so much different the moment you wrap around a scarf. A scarf from lustrous silk, thin supple cotton or soft cashmere is a must-have this coming season. Posted: 2014-02-17.
A Fair Trade scarf from Bangladesh - The garment industry in Bangladesh receives a lot of media attention lately. The country is one of the largest suppliers of (too) cheap clothing in Europe. However … not only negative news is coming from Dhaka. Posted: 2014-02-04.
New scarves from Ethiopia, Pakistan and Bangladesh - The holidays are behind us and we are prepared and charged for the new year! At this moment weavers in Ethiopia, gypsy women in Pakistan and artisans in Bangladesh are finishing the scarves that will be part of the new Counting Flowers collection. Posted: 2014-01-08.
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Panmai (‘Thousand trees’) is a cooperative of about three hundred people, founded in 1982. The main activity of the cooperative is to produce handwoven and hand-.. Read more..
Special Fairtrade gift
The scarf will be nicely gift wrapped and
delivered with your personal message to
the address you specify.
Robust yak wool fair trade shawl from Nepal.
Sana Hastakala £112.50
Delicate silk Fairtrade scarf from Cambodia.
Craft Village £30.00
Soft and supple silk shawl made in Thailand.
Silk Fairtrade scarf from Laos.
Phontong cooperative £25.00
Delicate and soft silk Fairtrade shawl from Cambodia.
Craft Village £32.50
Authentic cotton kroma scarf from Cambodia.
Craft Village £23.50
Extraordinary naturally dyed silk scarf from Thailand.
Wonderful naturally dyed silk fair trade scarf from Cambodia.
Craft Village £45.00
Fairtrade scarf with ikat design from Laos.
Phontong cooperative £29.95
Fabulous silk scarf from the northeast of Thailand.
Weavers from Isan province £49.95
Fair Trade organic silk shawl from Laos.
Ultra soft cashmere scarf (100% A-grade) from Nepal.
Sana Hastakala £47.50
Traditional silk scarf made in Afghanistan.