Kramas is a traditional scarf/bandana of the Khmers that usually comes either red or blue in Gingham patterns. A Cambodian national symbol, Kramas are worn to cover faces, carry children, and even folded to use as hammocks. The tradition of hand weaving kramas dates back to over thousands years.
hand weaving the Krama takes many weeks or months to complete, depending on how intricate a design is.
they dye the krama using special tree barks that they boil the cloth in.
K r a m a s f o r s a l e
prices of kramas range from 4usd to 100+usd. Original designs start from 35usd.