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The Red Sari

The Red Sari - Black/White/Gray Sample

Reviews (5 out of 5 Grommets)

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Heirloom Scarf

1/9/2016 by Linda

This is beautiful, well made, and warm. Reusing sari cloth is a stroke of genius and ensures that these beautiful fabrics live on.

5

Beautiful!!!

12/26/2015 by Linda

This is a beautifully designed and sewn scarf that gives new life to old sari cloth. The scarf is soft, warm and a treasure.

5

Beautifully Made!

10/11/2015 by Bettina

I couldn't quite imagine what this scarf would actually look and feel like but I ordered it anyway because it sounded so beautiful! It's even more beautiful than I expected! Somehow the wonderful women made these have figure out a way to combine as silk sorry and felting in the same fabric! This is a gift for one of my twin granddaughters and I am going to so the ends together because that's how she likes to have them. I know she will love it but I'm struggling not to keep it for myself! I guess I will just have to order another one!

5

Love it!

4/7/2015 by Harryanne

Absolutely fabulous - I lovelovelove this scarf! Will use it for years and years - such a nice yet subtle look, the feel of it is really nice. Not too heavy, not too light - just right (I know that's corny to say). This scarf is going to look super sharp with my coats next winter!

5

Perefect

12/29/2014 by James

Perfect! My wife loved it along with the background of its history made it the perfect gift.

5

Great gift!!

11/20/2014 by Marie

Loved the scarf and the story behind it. Wonderful!

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The Red Sari Story

The Red Sari - Felted Vintage Sari Scarf

Silk + Wool

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. Read More Read Less