Sustainable Silk

Made on hand looms at a rate of 4 yards per day. Hand reared silkworms, hand spun and woven in the traditional method for millennium.

Seeds and organic compost made from the Neem Tree are used as an organic pesticide and fertilizer for the Mulberry trees that feed the silkworms. Fabrics are woven in cottage industry which directly support the families that weave the cloth. Mostly natural dyes are used to create silk colors. 
Made only from double nested cocoons. A double nested cocoon is jointly built by two silkworms; it serves as protective shell for both the worms during their pupal stage of existence.