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2012-10-29 - Counting Flowers sells 100% high quality pashmina scarves. Our pashmina scarves are handmade by artisans from the Mahila Utthan Pashmina Udhyog weaving group in Nepal.

Pashmina scarves by Counting Flowers are made from the incredibly soft fur of the belly of the chyangra goat that lives in the Himalayas. The scarves are not made of a blend of wool and silk or other, often synthetic, fibres that use the name ‘pashmina’ as well.

Our pashmina scarves are extremely soft, very supple and have the distinctive, luxurious look that only a genuine pashmina can offer. And they are Fairtrade.

Find more information about our pashmina scarves

Meet the artisans of the Mahila Utthan Pashmina Udhyog, and read more about our pashmina scarves, including care instructions.

Take a look at the collection handwoven fair trade pashmina scarves by Counting Flowers in the web shop.

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Chyangra goats in the Himalayas
 

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