Hand Embroidered Cardigan Jacket with Vine Embroidery Pattern

HoonArts Fair Trade, based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is your doorway to the rich and colorful artisan world of Central Asia, the heart of the ancient Silk Road. This item is an example of the unique handmade products that HoonArts has carried in the past. Visit the HoonArts website [https://www.hoonarts.com] to check out what’s currently in stock, and explore more about this little known region.


Visit our website!


Be confident in your own unique style with this elegant cardigan jacket embellished with a simple but authentic hand-embroidered pattern taken from heirloom suzani tapestries of the Zerafshan Valley of Tajikistan. The loose-fitting A-line body is made from a beautiful wool/rayon blend, for a drape and ease of movement that makes any woman feel beautiful, regardless of body type. 

  • Handmade by Tajik artisans at Munir (formerly known as Arinumcrafts) 

  • One-of-a-kind in Stock

    • Small: Red Embroidery
    • Medium: Available by Special Order in Red or White
    • Large: White Embroidery
    • Extra Large: Available by Special Order in Red or White
    • Available for Special Order in Other Colors
  • Fair Trade

  • Outer Fabric: Wool/rayon blend, with 100% cotton embroidery

  • Lined, synthetic silk

  • Dry cleaning recommended

Finished Jacket Measurements:

Small: Bust – 44″,  Length – 31″, Sleeve Length-21″

Medium: Bust – 46″, Length – 31.5″, Sleeve Length – 21.75″

Large: Bust – 48.5″, Length – 32.5″, Sleeve Length – 22″

Extra Large: Bust – 52″, Length – 33.5″, Sleeve Length – 23″

      Munir is headed by Munira Akilova (at left above), who has a passion for preserving and revitalizing the traditional patterns and ornaments from the Zerafshan River Valley of Uzbekistan and Tajikistan in designs for the modern woman.  Each piece “has its own meaning.” Her designs have received the UNESCO Award of Excellence and have been exhibited at international fairs and exhibitions. She works with a team of impoverished women from rural mountain villages in the Panjakent region of Tajikistan (just across the border from Samarkand) and in the villages surrounding Khujand, helping them to build a future beyond daily survival. Click here for more information about Munira and her Munir team. 

      Artisan Group: Munir

      Learn about the artisans we work with: https://www.hoonarts.com/pages/about-artisans


      Rikki Quintana founded HoonArts Fair Trade in a leap of faith in 2014, working with master artisans in Tajikistan who had no reliable western outlet for their beautiful handcrafted products. Since then, she’s expanded the business to include products from artisans in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. Her long-term fair trade partnerships with internationally renowned artists make it possible to offer unique and authentic handcrafted fashion and home decor items that are not available anywhere else in North America. HoonArts also offers travel tours, live and recorded online experiences and master classes, and other behind-the scenes education, making HoonArts your go-to “Doorway to the ‘Stans.”

      To see all the HoonArts products on Artizan Made, click here. Visit the HoonArts website for more products and information about the HoonArts doorway to adventure in the ‘Stans of Central Asia.

      More Products from HoonArts

      Questions and Answers

      You are not logged in