Handmade by artisans from Local Women's Handicraft in Nepal providing a safe work environment for marginalized communities.
- 26" x 77" and 100% Cashmere
- Dry Clean Only
Shipping & Returns
We currently ship to the contiguous United States and Alaska.
- $7 flat rate shipping
- Free shipping on orders over $70
Due to the handmade nature of our products, orders typically ship 3-5 business days. Orders are processed Monday-Friday. Tracking will be emailed upon shipment.
We offer a 30 day return window for product purchased from ThistleFarms.org, The Shop At Thistle Farms or at an official Thistle Farms pop-up event. A pre-paid shipping label will be provided and the $7 shipping cost dedicated from the refund. For exchanges, please process a return and re-order the item you wish to receive.
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Filter Reviews:DA01/03/2020David A.United States
High quality product
This scarf is luxurious!BC11/17/2019Betsey C.
It’s beautiful, stylish and warm, actually perfectGP11/16/2019Georgia P.United States
It is absolutely beautiful & also very warm!CP10/28/2019Christi P.
The scarf is luxurious, soft and beautiful to wear. So thankful to have it.
Meet the Artisans
Demographic of Artisans: Extreme Poverty
Local Women's Handicrafts is on mission to lift up marginalized and exploited women; to give them opportunity, skills, and a sense of dignity; and to spread our model of empowerment across the world.
LWH was started by Nasreen Sheikh as a small shop in Kathmandu, Nepal. At only the age of 16, Nasreen had already survived two years as a child laborer in a sweatshop. She opened LWH to take control of her own destiny and provide herself with hope she had never had.
At the shop, Nasreen began to train local women to make handcrafted textiles they could sell at her shop. As she saw the women gain confidence and light return to their eyes, she realized she had the opportunity to spread this work across the world and empower disadvantaged women everywhere.
Through the LWH entrepreneurial empowerment model, we aim to empower 10,000 women in the world’s poorest regions by 2025 and create a textile industry that honors sustainability, human rights, and dignity.