Syrian Merlot Scarf in Ribbed-Knit
Crafted with a ribbed-texture, this merlot scarf is detailed with a Syrian embroidery pattern. Lovingly handcrafted by a Syrian woman refugee living in the Chatila camp in Lebanon.
100% of profits goes to her and the camp community.
We hope this scarf can be your window into the souls of the people involved in the refugee crisis: to listen to their story, to experience the warmth of the Syrian smile, and to understand that refugees share similar aspirations as we do.
100% Turkish wool-blend yarn (acrylic and wool). Cotton embroidered threads, sourced in Lebanon.
Ethos: We believe in dignified work opportunities, the Syrian woman refugee who makes this scarf receives 50% of the profit from this purchase. All remaining proceeds are re-invested into education and community development programs within the refugee camp.
Hand wash only.
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Chatila Refugee Camp, Lebanon
This scarf was handcrafted by a Syrian woman refugee. Many Syrian women grew up learning how to craft, embroider and knit - precious skills that were passed down from their mothers and grandmothers back home. Crafted in the colours of the Syrian flag, and infused with traditional Syrian embroidery, each scarf is a symbol of home. The Threads of Syria project was launched with our ground partner Tight-Knit Syria.
About the Collection
#WithRefugees: Threads Of Syria
A capsule collection in partnership with Syrian women refugees. Not-for-profit. In association with the UNHCR #WithRefugees campaign.
Free shipping above US$50.
Made slow, to last long.
Craftsmanship with a story.