Cotton scarf in sand from Cambodia
Cotton scarf made of upcycled cotton in sand colour
A need to have, this gorgious scarf this spring and summer! Nice and casual because of the unregular threads. Village Works gets materials from textile factories: the residual fibers would otherwise end up as for example fillings in cushions. The makers of Village Works use these materials to make new yarn and weave this wonderful products.
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Made by Village Works
Villageworks Cambodia was established in 2001 as a social enterprise. In 2015 they became certified members of the World Fair Trade Organisation (WFTO). Village Works takes great pride in carrying the fair trade label because upholding the fair trade principles, such as proving fair wages, a safe working environment, promoting sustainability and gender equality are in the DNA of their organisation. The scarves Counting Flowers is selling for Village works are made from recycled, organic and natural materials.More information
Cotton is a soft fibre derived from the seeds of cotton plants. Cotton is famous for feeling comfortable on our skins because it breathes and absorbs moisture. Last but not least, cotton is strong and hardly wears.More about Cotton