Kavita Fabric Trivet
This trivet is made from over a hundred pieces of small fabric scraps sourced from a local tailor. The scraps are folded and individually sewn into a circle. This is made of 100% recycled products.
The colors vary and are made from both solid and printed cloth at times. Each piece is unique and colorful. These are beautiful under a potted plant or on an end table.
Add some color to your home
Recycled Fabric Tree Skirt
By request- this year we are offering a larger size!
This tree skirt is made from hundreds, possibly thousands, of small fabric scraps sourced from a local tailor. The scraps are folded and individually sewn into the tree skirt. After assembling the skirt usinga sewing machine each piece of fabric is individually sewn into place by hand to keep it all in place. It is 36" in diameter and has fabric tie closures. This is made of 100% recycled products.
These tree skirts were designed and made by Kavita and Anita. Kavita makes the pointed design while Anita makes the rounded one. These works of art take a month for each woman to make. Kavita is a widow and supports her college age daughter through the sale of the decorations. Anita pays for her 3 children's school fees.
Those that are listed here are available for immediate shipping and are the last pieces available for the 2019 holiday season. Anita and Kavita have worked year-round to keep these in stock. Thank you for helping them see the value in thier work!
Recycled Fabric Party Garland
These are beautiful on a Christmas tree and match our colourful Recycled Fabric Tree Skirts. They can also be hung up or put into a mason jar with lights. They will add color and creativity to any space you decide to use them in.
This cooking aprons is made of pieced recycled fabrics. It is made of 100% cotton and is fully lined. It has ties at the neck and waist so you can adjust it for your personal comfort. There is also a large pocket on the front to keep your phone near by and you browse online for your next recipe.
It's so easy to support a mom in India to feed her kids while you cook to feed your own.