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Recycled Sari Ribbon and Yarn

Beauty from waste! Sari ribbons and yarns are created from the potentially waste products of textile processes. The sari making process leaves offcuts of yarn and fabric and leftover fibre that have been turned into beautiful yarns by women working in cooperatives in India. Likewise the recycled linen is created using waste fabric and fibres which are handspun into textured yarns avialble in neutrals and brights.

  • Frabjous Fibers Sari Silk Ribbon

    Frabjous Fibers is a small business based in the United States known for their beautiful hand dyed and handspun yarns from women’s cooperatives in India and Nepal. They work with various groups to create fair pay as...

  • Colourful banana silk

    From the harvested outer layers of the banana tree after it is bleached and pulped, the dried pulp is hand spun into this highly textured yarn. Although, banana silk has no silk content, it is so called because it looks like...

  • Recycled cotton, silk and other fibres

    This gorgeous yarn is a blend of colour and fibres. Claimed to be an 'A Grade' yarn with a high percentage of cotton and a small amount of silk, it may also contain some viscose and rayon.  When the light catches the...

  • Recycled Linen

    Recycled linen yarn, created from the waste of fabric and textile manufacture, is a fantastic addition to your creative adventures. This sustainable yarn is perfect for weaving, basketry, macrame, crochet, knitting, rug...

  • Magnificent colours!

    Recycled Sari Silk ribbon is made from fabric remnants leftover from making Indian saris. The offcuts in various colours are sewn together to create this colourful ribbon. The manufacturers claim that at least 90% of the...