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  • Beautiful crochet and macrame handmade shawl

    Beautiful crochet and macrame handmade shawl with flower details. Measures 80in x 23in

    $90.00
    • Free shipping

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    Handmade, Crochet
  • Macrame Mustard Olive Silk Reversible Shawl Wrap Selection Privee Paris

    GORGEOUS Mustard Olive Animal Print Reversible Scarf Shawl Wrap by SELECTION PRIVEE PARIS. Size: 19"x60" New With Tags. Dear customer, Take a look at our Gorgeous line SELECTION PRIVEE PARIS of Woven Silk Scarves,Print Silk Scarves , Wool Challis, Cashemere , Multi Pattern Wool Scarves Shawls , Wraps , Pocket Books and more.. Designed in Paris and made by our skilled Artisans,SELECTION PRIVEE PARIS Scarves , Shawls,Wraps and Bags has been sold exclusively in Europe over 20 years. Now ST HONORE

    $26.10
    • Free shipping

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    Silk, Reversible, Printed, Animal Print
  • HANDMADE RIBBON SHAWL -Double Face Satin Finish Silk Ribbon, Macrame (item h-043)

    SALE From $735 to $525 SCARVES AND SHAWLS H-043 HANDMADE MACRAME DOUBLE FACE SILK SATIN RIBBON SHAWL This handmade shawls are made from 100% double-faced satin finish silk ribbons intertwined to create a unique piece of wearable art! Each shawl is laboriously hand-tied using macrame techniques to create its unique interlacing design, resulting in the playful pattern and texture visible on both sides. The soft drape and eye-catching movement combine to give an overall effect of sumptuous luxury. Material:

    $525.00
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  • Macrame Birdcage Chair; Bikini; Butterfly Shawl, Hamper Pattern Bk

    Macrame this amazing hanging 'bird-cage' chair, Neptune's throne), or a nice hamper, magazine rack, plant hanger, etc. There is also a really nice butterfly shawl, and even a bikini. (Note: the second photo above is the chair that my customer made using this booklet, It turned out great don't you think?) These are patterns, not the finished products. Pattern book may have some scuffing, shelfwear from storage. 20pgs, instructions for 15 projects. Out-of-print. neptune's throne When buying multi

    $26.50

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  • Mexican Handwoven Rebozo Runner Shawl From Tenancingo

    This Mexican Handwoven Rebozo is from Tenancingo, Estado de Mexico, Mexico. Woven on a colonial style Spanish loom in a tiny workshop that is family owned, still! Finished off with superiorly intricate macrame, sometimes referred to as arco, or arc stile. This is a true treasure! A little background for those un familiar and yearning for knowledge. The rebozo is one of the most representative, if not the most, of Mexican culture as it anchors origins of Mexican culture in it's Indigenous and Spanish

    $129.99

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  • Knit Shawl/Scarf Pin - Amethyst Charlottes - Made in Oregon

    This shawl pin combines macrame knot work with 13 gauge Czech glass charlotte seed beads on a chrome covered metal "glamour ring." The "pin" stick is half of a #3 (3.25mm) double ended bamboo knitting needle. It is meant to be used with knits, not woven fabrics, although it can function as a woggle with woven scarves. It can also be worn in the hair. The stick is 5" in length and the ring is 2" in diameter before beading. It is a limited edition item because of the amount of labor that goes into each one.

    $20.00

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  • Mexican Handwoven Rebozo Runner Shawl From Tenancingo

    This Mexican Handwoven Rebozo is from Tenancingo, Estado de Mexico, Mexico. Woven on a colonial style Spanish loom in a tiny workshop that is family owned, still! Finished off with superiorly intricate macrame, sometimes referred to as arco, or arc stile. This is a true treasure! A little background for those un familiar and yearning for knowledge. The rebozo is one of the most representative, if not the most, of Mexican culture as it anchors origins of Mexican culture in it's Indigenous and Spanish

    $129.99

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  • Knit Shawl/Scarf Pin - Peacock Charlottes - Made in Oregon

    This shawl pin combines macrame knot work with 13 gauge Czech glass charlotte seed beads on a chrome or gold vermeil covered metal "glamour ring." The "pin" stick is half of a #3 (3.25mm) double ended bamboo knitting needle. It is meant to be used with knits, not woven fabrics, although it can function as a woggle with woven scarves. It can also be worn in the hair. The stick is 5" in length and the ring is 2" in diameter before beading. It is a limited edition item because of the amount of labor that goes

    $20.00

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    Metal, Seed, Glass, Chrome
  • Mexican Handwoven Rebozo Runner Shawl From Tenancingo

    This Mexican Handwoven Rebozo is from Tenancingo, Estado de Mexico, Mexico. Woven on a colonial style Spanish loom in a tiny workshop that is family owned, still! Finished off with superiorly intricate macrame, sometimes referred to as arco, or arc stile. This is a true treasure! A little background for those un familiar and yearning for knowledge. The rebozo is one of the most representative, if not the most, of Mexican culture as it anchors origins of Mexican culture in it's Indigenous and Spanish

    $129.99

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  • Knit Shawl/Scarf Pin - Garnet Charlottes - Made in Oregon

    This shawl pin combines macrame knot work with 13 gauge Czech glass charlotte seed beads on a gold vermeil covered metal "glamour ring." The "pin" stick is half of a #3 (3.25mm) double ended bamboo knitting needle. It is meant to be used with knits, not woven fabrics, although it can function as a woggle with woven scarves. It can also be worn in the hair. The stick is 5" in length and the ring is 2" in diameter before beading. It is a limited edition item because of the amount of labor that goes into each

    $20.00

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    Metal, Seed, Glass
  • Mexican Handwoven Rebozo Runner Shawl From Tenancingo

    This Mexican Handwoven Rebozo is from Tenancingo, Estado de Mexico, Mexico. Woven on a colonial style Spanish loom in a tiny workshop that is family owned, still! Finished off with superiorly intricate macrame, sometimes referred to as arco, or arc stile. This is a true treasure! A little background for those un familiar and yearning for knowledge. The rebozo is one of the most representative, if not the most, of Mexican culture as it anchors origins of Mexican culture in it's Indigenous and Spanish

    $129.99

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  • Knit Shawl/Scarf Pin - Amethyst Charlottes - Made in Oregon

    This shawl pin combines macrame knot work with 13 gauge Czech glass charlotte seed beads on a chrome covered metal "glamour ring." The "pin" stick is half of a #3 (3.25mm) double ended bamboo knitting needle. It is meant to be used with knits, not woven fabrics, although it can function as a woggle with woven scarves. It can also be worn in the hair. The stick is 5" in length and the ring is 2" in diameter before beading. It is a limited edition item because of the amount of labor that goes into each one.

    $20.00

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    Metal, Seed, Glass, Chrome
  • Mexican Handwoven Rebozo Runner Shawl From Tenancingo

    This Mexican Handwoven Rebozo is from Tenancingo, Estado de Mexico, Mexico. Woven on a colonial style Spanish loom in a tiny workshop that is family owned, still! Finished off with superiorly intricate macrame, sometimes referred to as arco, or arc stile. This is a true treasure! A little background for those un familiar and yearning for knowledge. The rebozo is one of the most representative, if not the most, of Mexican culture as it anchors origins of Mexican culture in it's Indigenous and Spanish

    $129.99

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  • Knit Shawl/Scarf Pin - Black Charlottes - Made in Oregon

    This shawl pin combines macrame knot work with 13 gauge Czech glass charlotte seed beads on a chrome covered metal "glamour ring." The "pin" stick is half of a #3 (3.25mm) double ended bamboo knitting needle. It is meant to be used with knits, not woven fabrics, although it can function as a woggle with woven scarves. It can also be worn in the hair. The stick is 5" in length and the ring is 2" in diameter before beading. It is a limited edition item because of the amount of labor that goes into each one.

    $20.00

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    Metal, Seed, Glass, Chrome
  • Mexican Handwoven Rebozo Runner Shawl From Tenancingo

    This Mexican Handwoven Rebozo is from Tenancingo, Estado de Mexico, Mexico. Woven on a colonial style Spanish loom in a tiny workshop that is family owned, still! Finished off with superiorly intricate macrame, sometimes referred to as arco, or arc stile. This is a true treasure! A little background for those un familiar and yearning for knowledge. The rebozo is one of the most representative, if not the most, of Mexican culture as it anchors origins of Mexican culture in it's Indigenous and Spanish

    $129.99

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  • Knit Shawl/Scarf Pin - Emerald Charlottes - Made in Oregon

    This shawl pin combines macrame knot work with 13 gauge Czech glass charlotte seed beads on a gold vermeil covered metal "glamour ring." The "pin" stick is half of a #3 (3.25mm) double ended bamboo knitting needle. It is meant to be used with knits, not woven fabrics, although it can function as a woggle with woven scarves. It can also be worn in the hair. The stick is 5" in length and the ring is 2" in diameter before beading. It is a limited edition item because of the amount of labor that goes into each

    $20.00

    Highlights:

    Metal, Seed, Glass
  • Mexican Handwoven Rebozo Runner Shawl From Tenancingo

    This Mexican Handwoven Rebozo is from Tenancingo, Estado de Mexico, Mexico. Woven on a colonial style Spanish loom in a tiny workshop that is family owned, still! Finished off with superiorly intricate macrame, sometimes referred to as arco, or arc stile. This is a true treasure! A little background for those un familiar and yearning for knowledge. The rebozo is one of the most representative, if not the most, of Mexican culture as it anchors origins of Mexican culture in it's Indigenous and Spanish

    $129.99

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  • Knit Shawl/Scarf Pin - Metallic Charlottes - Made in Oregon

    This shawl pin combines macrame knot work with 13 gauge Czech glass charlotte seed beads on a chrome or gold vermeil covered metal "glamour ring." The "pin" stick is half of a #3 (3.25mm) double ended bamboo knitting needle. It is meant to be used with knits, not woven fabrics, although it can function as a woggle with woven scarves. It can also be worn in the hair. The stick is 5" in length and the ring is 2" in diameter before beading. It is a limited edition item because of the amount of labor that goes

    $25.00

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  • Mexican Handwoven Rebozo Runner Shawl From Tenancingo

    This Mexican Handwoven Rebozo is from Tenancingo, Estado de Mexico, Mexico. Woven on a colonial style Spanish loom in a tiny workshop that is family owned, still! Finished off with superiorly intricate macrame, sometimes referred to as arco, or arc stile. This is a true treasure! A little background for those un familiar and yearning for knowledge. The rebozo is one of the most representative, if not the most, of Mexican culture as it anchors origins of Mexican culture in it's Indigenous and Spanish

    $599.99

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  • Knit Shawl/Scarf Pin - Metallic Charlottes - Made in Oregon

    This shawl pin combines macrame knot work with 13 gauge Czech glass charlotte seed beads on a chrome or gold vermeil covered metal "glamour ring." The "pin" stick is half of a #3 (3.25mm) double ended bamboo knitting needle. It is meant to be used with knits, not woven fabrics, although it can function as a woggle with woven scarves. It can also be worn in the hair. The stick is 5" in length and the ring is 2" in diameter before beading. It is a limited edition item because of the amount of labor that goes

    $25.00

    Highlights:

    Metal, Seed, Glass, Chrome
  • Mexican Handwoven Rebozo Runner Shawl From Tenancingo

    This Mexican Handwoven Rebozo is from Tenancingo, Estado de Mexico, Mexico. Woven on a colonial style Spanish loom in a tiny workshop that is family owned, still! Finished off with superiorly intricate macrame, sometimes referred to as arco, or arc stile. This is a true treasure! A little background for those un familiar and yearning for knowledge. The rebozo is one of the most representative, if not the most, of Mexican culture as it anchors origins of Mexican culture in it's Indigenous and Spanish

    $599.99

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  • Mexican Handwoven Rebozo Runner Shawl From Tenancingo

    This Mexican Handwoven Rebozo is from Tenancingo, Estado de Mexico, Mexico. Woven on a colonial style Spanish loom in a tiny workshop that is family owned, still! Finished off with superiorly intricate macrame, sometimes referred to as arco, or arc stile. This is a true treasure! A little background for those un familiar and yearning for knowledge. The rebozo is one of the most representative, if not the most, of Mexican culture as it anchors origins of Mexican culture in it's Indigenous and Spanish

    $599.99

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  • Mexican Handwoven Rebozo Runner Shawl From Tenancingo

    This Mexican Handwoven Rebozo is from Tenancingo, Estado de Mexico, Mexico. Woven on a colonial style Spanish loom in a tiny workshop that is family owned, still! Finished off with superiorly intricate macrame, sometimes referred to as arco, or arc stile. This is a true treasure! A little background for those un familiar and yearning for knowledge. The rebozo is one of the most representative, if not the most, of Mexican culture as it anchors origins of Mexican culture in it's Indigenous and Spanish

    $599.99

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  • Mexican Handwoven Rebozo Runner Shawl From Tenancingo

    This Mexican Handwoven Rebozo is from Tenancingo, Estado de Mexico, Mexico. Woven on a colonial style Spanish loom in a tiny workshop that is family owned, still! Finished off with superiorly intricate macrame, sometimes referred to as arco, or arc stile. This is a true treasure! A little background for those un familiar and yearning for knowledge. The rebozo is one of the most representative, if not the most, of Mexican culture as it anchors origins of Mexican culture in it's Indigenous and Spanish

    $99.99

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  • Knit Shawl/Scarf Pin - Gray Veriegated - Made in Oregon

    This shawl pin combines macrame knot work with 13 gauge Czech glass charlotte seed beads on a chrome covered metal "glamour ring." The "pin" stick is half of a #3 (3.25mm) double ended bamboo knitting needle. It is meant to be used with knits, not woven fabrics, although it will function as a woggle with woven fabric scarves. It can also be worn in the hair. The stick is 5" in length and the ring is 2" in diameter before beading. It is a limited edition item because of the amount of labor that goes into

    $20.00

    Highlights:

    Metal, Glass, Chrome, Stick
  • Mexican Handwoven Rebozo Runner Shawl From Tenancingo

    This Mexican Handwoven Rebozo is from Tenancingo, Estado de Mexico, Mexico. Woven on a colonial style Spanish loom in a tiny workshop that is family owned, still! Finished off with superiorly intricate macrame, sometimes referred to as arco, or arc stile. This is a true treasure! A little background for those un familiar and yearning for knowledge. The rebozo is one of the most representative, if not the most, of Mexican culture as it anchors origins of Mexican culture in it's Indigenous and Spanish

    $99.99

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  • Mexican Handwoven Rebozo Runner Shawl From Tenancingo

    This Mexican Handwoven Rebozo is from Tenancingo, Estado de Mexico, Mexico. Woven on a colonial style Spanish loom in a tiny workshop that is family owned, still! Finished off with superiorly intricate macrame, sometimes referred to as arco, or arc stile. This is a true treasure! A little background for those un familiar and yearning for knowledge. The rebozo is one of the most representative, if not the most, of Mexican culture as it anchors origins of Mexican culture in it's Indigenous and Spanish

    $99.99

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  • Mexican Handwoven Rebozo Runner Shawl From Tenancingo

    This Mexican Handwoven Rebozo is from Tenancingo, Estado de Mexico, Mexico. Woven on a colonial style Spanish loom in a tiny workshop that is family owned, still! Finished off with superiorly intricate macrame, sometimes referred to as arco, or arc stile. This is a true treasure! A little background for those un familiar and yearning for knowledge. The rebozo is one of the most representative, if not the most, of Mexican culture as it anchors origins of Mexican culture in it's Indigenous and Spanish

    $99.99

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  • Mexican Handwoven Rebozo Runner Shawl From Tenancingo

    This Mexican Handwoven Rebozo is from Tenancingo, Estado de Mexico, Mexico. Woven on a colonial style Spanish loom in a tiny workshop that is family owned, still! Finished off with superiorly intricate macrame, sometimes referred to as arco, or arc stile. This is a true treasure! A little background for those un familiar and yearning for knowledge. The rebozo is one of the most representative, if not the most, of Mexican culture as it anchors origins of Mexican culture in it's Indigenous and Spanish

    $99.99

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  • Mexican Handwoven Rebozo Runner Shawl From Tenancingo

    This Mexican Handwoven Rebozo is from Tenancingo, Estado de Mexico, Mexico. Woven on a colonial style Spanish loom in a tiny workshop that is family owned, still! Finished off with superiorly intricate macrame, sometimes referred to as arco, or arc stile. This is a true treasure! A little background for those un familiar and yearning for knowledge. The rebozo is one of the most representative, if not the most, of Mexican culture as it anchors origins of Mexican culture in it's Indigenous and Spanish

    $99.99

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