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Upcycled Fiona Shred Scarf

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  • Made in the USA: Windsor Heights, IA
  • Sustainably manufactured
  • One size fits all
  • Please note: Due to the unique nature of these scarves and materials used in manufacture, individual patterns, designs, and colors will vary from product images shown. Each scarf is completely unique—scarves are sold within specified color ranges
Materials
Mixed textile remnants
Care
Spot wash, hang to dry
Ages
13+
Dimensions
32" x 4" x 1"
Weight
0.37 lb

Reviews
5 avg. (2 reviews)


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Upcycled Fiona Shred Scarf

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Waste not, want not is the philosophy behind these upcycled scarves. Each is Made in the USA with the leftover remnants from clothing manufacturers. Once the material is rescued from the cutting room floor, it’s fashioned into a colorful scarf-meets-necklace hybrid. And because of the hand-picked blend of fabrics, colors, and prints, no two scarves are the same.
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Lindsey Van Heel

The colorful upcycled scarves from Dona Bela Shreds are the brainchild of Allison Davidson Motoyama. Back in 2010, she learned about "end knits"—strips of material that gets discarded during the process of making clothes.

All that perfectly good material (up to 15% of it) going unused inspired Allison to reduce that waste and make a fashion statement. The scarves are made in Iowa with the material that is (literally) left on the cutting room floor at nearby clothing companies.

Allison and her team sort the fabric strips by color and pattern. Because they never know what they’re going to get, no two scarves are the same. Instead, each is a unique blend of shades and prints hand-picked to work together. The result of this sustainably savvy effort is a soft, one-of-a-kind scarf that does good while looking good, too.