Keffiyeh

Keffiyehs


Palestinian Keffiyeh

Wouldn’t you love to have a Palestinian scarf that was actually made in Palestine?

What is Keffiyeh?

Have you ever wanted to buy Palestinian Keffiyeh that was actually made in Palestine? The Keffiyeh is more than just a scarf, it's a symbol of justice and an icon of the Palestinian fight for freedom from oppression, persecution, and Zionist colonialism. It is also known as Kufiya, Keffiyeh, Shemagh, or Hatta. The Keffiyeh dates back to the 1930s when Palestinian revolutionaries used it to resist the British mandate. However, Palestinian peasants used it before to protect themselves from the sun's heat, dust, and cold. 

The Hebron factory in Palestine is the only place where the original Kufiya is still being manufactured. 

What is Keffiyeh Made from?

The Palestinian scarfs we sell are made of premium quality cotton, by the last factory standing in Palestine. 

Keffiyeh Colors

The most traditional Palestinian scarf is the black-and-white color combination. The red and white keffiyeh fishnet pattern is more famous in Jordan. Nowadays, it is also made in different colors like green, blue, green-yellow, brown, black, navy, and olive.

Keffiyeh Day

Palestinians celebrate the day of keffiyeh oNovember 16 every year.