"Guldusi" is the Afghan translation for "embroidery". At the same time „Guldusi“ a project to give Afghan women the opportunity to earn money with their skills and give them access to education. At the same time, the project aims to ensure that the tradition of hand embroidery is passed down through the generations (http://www.guldusi.com/).
The four different scarves are named after the embroiderers of the portraits of women depicted: "Mariam", "Sobaira", "Shukria" and "Zakera". Each scarf is printed with three images of embroidery motifs (original size 8 cm x 8 cm). The images are framed all around by a typical border and a pattern print of the Zonta symbol. The overall color scheme of the scarves reflects the richness of color and vibrancy of the original embroidery designs. The printed scarves are made in Italy (40% wool 30% cashmere 30% silk) have hand rolled and fringed edges.