POKOLOKO Painted Scarf
Painted Scarf
Painted Scarf
POKOLOKO Painted Scarf
POKOLOKO Painted Scarf
POKOLOKO Painted Scarf
POKOLOKO Painted Scarf
Painted Scarf
POKOLOKO Painted Scarf
POKOLOKO Painted Scarf
Painted Scarf
POKOLOKO Painted Scarf
POKOLOKO Painted Scarf
POKOLOKO Painted Scarf
POKOLOKO Painted Scarf
POKOLOKO Painted Scarf

Painted Scarf

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Classic lightweight scarf and elegant colour combinations - a timeless go-to for a quick accent.

These scarves are made in collaboration with the art, design and textile studio Calica Studio, made up of two female, Canadian artists Meghan Macdonald (Halifax) and Rebecca Horwitz (Toronto). Calica creates surface designs for textiles using found materials, photographs, drawings and paintings.

These scarf designs began as watercolour paintings, many Calica designs begin using traditional art materials before moving into a digital format. Meghan and Rebecca then scanned the paintings, and began working on them digitally, making adjustments to the watercolours and formatting the designs to be printed scarves. Like the Poko collection, each Calica design has a story to tell, which made this creative collaboration centered around friendship, such a natural fit with the Poko community.


55% modal 45% cotton


28" W x 76" L


Painted Patchwork, Painted Plaid, Painted Plates


Designed in Canada, made in India

Calica Studio

Behind Calica Studio are two friends working together from 1796 km apart, creating surface designs for textiles using paintings, drawings, photographs and found materials. With Meghan in Halifax and Rebecca in Toronto, they pass artwork and ideas back and forth across the country. The result is a collection of accessories produced in small batches, each with a story to tell.

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  • Hand wash cold, do not scrunch or wring.
  • Hang to dry.

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Artisan made

We travel off the beaten path to bring you independently made products by makers connected to their local communities and environments. We focus on long-term relationships with them. Their skills shine through in their small-scale operations, resulting in quality craftsmanship that’s often individually handmade.

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Materials matter

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