This uniquely upcycled fabric is hand-loomed by a weaving cooperative in West Bengal, India. Waste milk protein is used to produce casein fibers. Through a meticulous process of grinding, dissolving, purifying, and spinning, an exceptionally soft and smooth yarn is created that breathes new life into discarded materials.
Material: 100% Milk Yarn
Measurements: L 72" x W 26"
Handmade with love in India
Care: Hand wash cold with mild detergent or dry clean. Warm iron.
As with all handcrafted goods, there are slight variations making each piece a work of art and truly one of a kind.
This group focuses on both Fair Trade principles and a deep commitment to using sustainable, eco-friendly materials. Each scarf represents more than just a beautifully crafted textile; it symbolizes the transformative power of Fair Trade practices and the positive impact it has on the lives of our artisans. By supporting small artisan groups, you contribute to the creation of vital job opportunities, particularly for women and those who are physically challenged.
Through their involvement in the Fair Trade initiative, the artisans not only earn a steady income, but also constantly expand their skill set. They are provided with regular training and support to ensure that they are equipped with the latest technical skills and knowledge. This commitment to continuous learning empowers them to flourish in their craft, ultimately fostering self-reliance and a sustainable livelihood while preserving their Indian traditions.