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Awassa Beach Poncho - Hot Pink

Awassa Beach Poncho - Hot Pink

Regular price $49.00
Regular price Sale price $49.00
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Beach days just got a whole lot more fun with our adorable Awassa kid’s poncho.

Skilled women in Ethiopia used a traditional loom to weave this garment from 100% locally cultivated cotton and hand-dyed it using local plants and herbs. Perfect for kids aged 3-6, it features a protective hood, a comfortable loose fit, and playful hot pink stripes.

Whether it’s for pool days, the beach, or simply as a cute extra layer, it’s the perfect quick-drying accessory that provides lightweight warmth and coverage from the sun.

Feel good about your purchase knowing its maker is a member of the World Fair Trade Organization which creates respectful, ethical, and sustainable work opportunities for artisans in Ethiopia.

Photo courtesy of Sabahar


About the Maker

Our textile supplier is a member of the World Fair Trade Organization and operates a wonderful facility in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Their workforce is 50% women, and 75% of the management positions are held by women.

Spinners and weavers are employed in a safe, supportive, and comfortable environment.

Textiles are hand-made using cotton, linen and silk and techniques inspired by ancient weaving traditions. All of the dyes are eco-friendly and made of local plants, herbs, and natural products.

Learn more about the artisans who created these beautiful Fair Trade textiles, here.

Materials & Dimensions

100% Ethiopian cotton. 60 x 50cm approx

Care Instructions

Cool machine wash, line dry


We ship worldwide using Australia Post. Postage cost is calculated at checkout. Orders are packed with love by our Hamlin volunteers and usually dispatched within three working days.

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Gifts that Give Back

When you purchase from the Hamlin Shop, you are receiving ethical products handmade by fairtrade artisans from a variety of countries across Africa. Your purchase supports local craftspeople and women in Ethiopia who are recovering from preventable childbirth injuries. This is shopping with an impact. Thank you.