We're over the rainbow for this colorful scarf! The Takuma technique is the oldest of our artisan collective's patterns and a collaborative effort of the group's original members.
Reprised in honor of Daphne Ortiz, who served on RefuSHE's board and supported the organization's tremendous growth over the years.
Impact: Your purchase contributes directly to the wages of each woman—100% of proceeds are reinvested into the young refugee women inRefuSHE'sartisan collective. All fabric is hand-dyed using a traditional African dyeing technique called resist dyeing. Because every piece is handmade and one-of-a-kind, the pattern or color may vary slightly from the photos here. Each product comes with a tag with the name and country of origin of one of our artisans, as well as the story of thecollective.
Dimensions: Wrap - 32" x 88"; Infinity - 15" x 45"
Fabric: Cotton/rayon blend that's incredibly soft – seriously, we've been told it too many times to count.
Caring for your scarf: RefuSHEscarves will not lose color. You can wash by hand or machine and hang dry. Refresh the scarf by ironing or steaming.