Monsoon Mist – muted whites and voluminous clouds fill a monsoon sky after the rain.
Thankfully, by increased use of ethical, zero-carbon hand weaving with recycled zero waste yarns, these sustainable fabrics play their part in protecting the climate that inspires them. They are #kindfabrics!
This eco-friendly fabric is RFD fabric (Ready For Dye).
Browse the 20 beautiful coordinating fabrics in this collection, handwoven with 4 colours on just 2 warp lengths! We’re here to help you create your own stunning range whilst strengthening artisanal communities, commissioning professional craftspeople, and together protecting our planet!
WIDTH: 42″ / 106cm – pre-washed.
CONTENT: 100% Recycled Yarn – approx. 90% cotton and 10% blended fibres.
WEIGHT: 5oz / 170gsm approx. Medium weight.
CARE: Hand wash or gentle cycle. Air dry and iron whilst damp. For a more textured appearance tumble dry on low heat.
USES: tabletop, cushions, drapes, shirts, lightweight jackets, trousers, skirts … and wherever a glorious fabric can shine!
YARN – Recycled 100 and Global Recycled Standard
PRODUCTION – Member of ECOTA Fair Trade Forum, the national fair trade accreditation in Bangladesh
Ethically minded designers & makers create with total peace of mind using our Shunno collection of zero footprint fabrics. Shunno in Bangla means zero: Non dyed, zero toxicity, 100% recycled yarn, zero waste, is handwoven, zero carbon, by fair trade weavers, zero exploitation, in growing craft communities, zero migration for work. Together we respect weavers, build community and stop trashing our planet!
DESIGN OPTIONS: This fabric is skillfully handwoven on a traditional 2 shaft frame loom and so plain weave is the base for every fabric. The excitement starts when you think about different thicknesses of yarn to create texture, numerous colours to create pattern, resist dye techniques before and after weaving, plus the potential of supplementary weft designs – it’s amazing!
Your personal fabric range is absolutely possible! Motif’s founder Jackie Corlett is an experienced artisanal textile designer who’s lived and worked with professional makers in Bangladesh and elsewhere since 1989. Scroll down, join our list, download the simple 5 STEPS to Design & Produce Your Sustainable Handwoven Fabric and … let’s get started!
As we are committed to the Slow Fashion Movement, fabrics are transported by sea to leave a significantly smaller carbon footprint than sending by air and to keep the fabric cost down. If needed however, an air shipment can be arranged. We encourage you then to consider a carbon offset donation to your preferred organisation.