This Beastly Threads organic cotton voile scarf was designed in Brooklyn and hand block printed using nontoxic dyes by a group of artisans in Bagru, India. The printed fabric was then cut and sewn by a small sewing shop here in the USA, and the entire process was carried out with ethical, green practices that are kind to workers and the environment.
This scarf is inspired by the Cerulean Warbler, a beautiful sky-blue bird that has suffered the greatest population decline of all of the warbler birds, thanks to habitat destruction and global warming. Your scarf purchase will support the efforts of theAmerican Bird Conservancy, a nonprofit organization on a mission to protect native birdsand their habitats throughout the Americas.
The scarf measures about 28" x 86", making it useful as a beach cover-up, a table runner, or however you see fit! Gorgeous blues like these look great on everybody!
Please notethat this scarf was printed by hand, so colors may vary slightly and little imperfections should be expected.
Care: Hand wash or machine wash in cold water. Gentle dry. Softens with each wash, but to make your scarf a bit softer sooner, add eco-friendly fabric softener. No bleach. Iron if desired.
In addition to $10 from each sale going to the American Bird Conservancy, your purchase also helps support Ocean Conservancy: working to bring people, science and policy together with a mission to counter the many threats to ocean health and sustainability. From protecting vital, vulnerable ecosystems through legislation, to enforcing accountability among leaders, Ocean Conservancy seeks solutions for a healthy ocean and the wildlife and communities that depend on it.
"I'm drawn to this scarf because of the beautiful blue shades that work for all seasons. The quality is stunning, the size is glorious, and the cotton is luxurious. I love that it can be used as a scarf, a sarong, a table cloth, and more. The fact that it also supports birds is an added benefit that I find irresistible, because I love birds! I would love to get a glimpse of the Cerulean Warbler." - Leslie