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Circle Scarf

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  • Materials: Silk and wool
  • Care: Spot clean only with cold water. Lay flat to dry
  • The Red Sari's mission is to create and sustain jobs for women in Nepal, profits support Our Home Women's Hostel in Kathmandu
  • Upcycled damaged fabric into wearable works of art
  • Created by fusing circles of the finest Merino wool onto vintage silk saris
  • All scarves are crafted from original saris, so each scarf is one-of-a-kind. Each scarf has its own unique colors, designated to broad color families as opposed to all being exactly the same
  • Please note: Color of actual scarf may differ slightly from the colors pictured
  • Handmade by women artisans in the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal
  • Dimensions: 74" x 12" x 0.15"
  • Weight: 0.2 lb.

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4.5 avg. (18 reviews)


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Circle Scarf

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Upcycled scarves from The Red Sari are made by felting merino wool designs on top of vintage sari silk. These beautifully textured, one-of-a-kind accessories give women in Nepal fair wage work in exchange for their artisan skills.
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Julie West

The beautiful fabric from second-hand saris fills the open markets in Kathmandu. The Red Sari gives this vintage silk cloth new meaning, turning it into felted sari scarves. It’s a stunning combination of design and texture, with colorful merino wool circles felted onto the fabric.

The Red Sari was founded by Julie West after she traveled to Nepal. She empowers local women with fair wage work, using their artisan skills to repurpose saris into one-of-a-kind accessories.

The company reinvests profits into hiring (and thereby helping) more and more women. Whether you give one of these meaningful scarves as a gift or wear it yourself, it’s a lovely way to support a better way of life.