Sari Fabric Wrap Set
Fabric Wrap was used in Asia for centuries as an elegant custom, transforming a gift into an exceptional keepsake. This set of 6 eco-chic wraps are handcrafted from upcycled Indian saris. There are multiple tape-free ways to wrap with these 35" squares, and the upcycled nature of this product means no 2 squares are alike. The beautiful nature of Indian textiles may even leave you inspired to accessorize with the squares as scarves, or bandanas!
*Due to the upcycled nature of this product, your shipment is assorted. We cannot guarantee you will receive any particular colors.
Measurements: 35" x 35"
Materials: Upcycled Indian Textiles
Suggested Use: Lay out as a mini table runner under a centerpiece, reappropriate as a party-favor wrapping paper substitute, or tie together from corner to corner to make a DIY garland! You can even dress-it-up and wear as a flouncy necktie to accent any party-time outfit.
To us as for a basic wrap: Open fabric in diamond shape on flat surface. Place gift in center. Tie opposite sides in double knots. Fabric will conform tightly as knots form a bow
Country of Origin: India
Care Instructions: Machine wash with like colors, gentle cycle.
THE STORY BEHIND THE PRODUCT
Artisan Organization: Matr Boomie
Teatime can be anytime. Accessories like the Tea Time Bunting have helped over 2,700 Indian women quadruple their wages while working from home.
Matr Boomie partners with small groups of women artisans throughout the urban slums of India. These women face social limitations due to their male-dominated, conservative families who insist that they remain at home instead of helping support the family income.
Through training and crafting income, Matr Boomie empowers women with sustainable employment opportunities that allow them to earn money while tending to household responsibilities. Moreover, it gives them the chance to achieve financial independence and earn the respect of their community.
Your bunting is made from upcycled Indian saris, which are popular traditional garments that date back over 4,000 years.