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The Krama

The krama (meaning scarf in Khmer) is an iconic, traditional Cambodian garment with a rich and beautiful history. Traditionally woven by women, krama are incredibly versatile, and its uses are only limited by your imagination. When you buy a krama it keeps the craft and a local tradition alive.

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Our Impact

We partner with weavers from rural villages in Cambodia to bring you stunning hand loomed krama (crow-ma). We pay our weavers well above market rate for their krama and run a ‘village fund’ of $1 USD for every krama which is used to support the wellbeing of the village.

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Krama Mamas

We are proud to stock Nita’s range of products, Krama Mamas, sewn in different villages over Cambodia.

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Weaving in the goodness

Our goal is to weave goodness into every aspect of our business. Watch our clip so see how we came to be and meet the team.


Given seeds of love


Ethically sourced

We make sure we buy directly from each weaver and they get a say in how the village fund supports their village.

Weaving in the goodness

“I believe that when you give to a woman you give to her child, family and community” Rebecca Parnham (co-founder).


You said about us

Great service

“I am such a fan! The products are just so unique and beautiful, and the knowledge that my purchase helps a community of women thrive just adds to the joy of wearing my (numerous) krama!”

Amanda Smidt

Executive director at the career development company


You said about us

Friendly & Ethical

Buying from Krama & co is the best of all worlds. High quality products, environmentally friendly & ethical! The ultimate feel good buys!


Clinical psychologist


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Empowering women

I love Krama & Co. I love the quality of the products but most especially I love that they empower women.

Hans Araujo

Tv producer

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