Infinite Hope Scarf

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Infinite Hope Scarf

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Young women rescued from a city brothel in Bangladesh now have hope and a future to look forward to. They gather and hand stitch soft cotton with recycled saris and threads to create this gorgeous one-of-a-kind scarf! Made in Bangladesh.

“Asha” means “Hope.”
“Shakti” means “Strength.”
“Bari” means “Home.”

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Additional information

Dimensions 66 × 14 in
Material

Cotton

Color
Size
Style

Asha, Assorted, Bari, Bari Dyed, Shakti

Artisan

Motif

British designer Jackie Corlett, worked with Jharna from 1989 in a local Bangladeshi hand crafts organization. Together over 5 years as designer and pattern cutter, they worked with top European Alternative Trade Organizations designing and delivering new ranges of hand woven table linens, embroidered bags, tailored bath robes, slippers and many other accessories.

After returning to Bangladesh, in February 1998 Jackie, Jharna and 2 other local investors were excited to set up Motif Ltd. as a Joint Venture Private Limited Company. Thus, Motif was born.

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