All of Handa's fibers are natural and 10% of all proceeds get invested back into the community of artisans in the Philippines.
Handwash carefully with warm water
Hand-embroidered by the indigenous Mangyan women of the Philippines. Designed and finished by Hannah Haworth in upstate New York.
The gauzy, deep red Pakudos Hand-Embroidered Scarf displays a striking white and navy 'Pakudos' motif. Wrap it around your neck, braid it into your hair or keep as a hanky. The "Pakudos" symbol is believed to bring protection to the wearer. Mangyan women traditionally took many days to complete the pakudos bandana in which they would plant, harvest, separate, dry, spin, and then weave the cotton fibers. Today, the cotton is purchased at the market and then cut, assembled, and embroidered.
• Hand-tucked and embroidered hem
• Embroidery will vary slightly from garment to garment due to the nature of hand embroidery.
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