Upcycled Stripe Handloom Cotton — 0.6 Yard Remnant
Remnant — 0.6 yard piece
In rural India, women often recycle worn-out saris into other textile forms. Torn into strips, those old clothes can be given new life when woven into handloom cotton fabrics like this.
A base of lapis blue is the perfect foil for upcycled stripes of red, yellow and white. Light- to mid-weight cotton, perfect for shirts, skirts, and dresses. Try making a quilted Ayora Jacket from Pauline Alice patterns.
Stripes are perpendicular to the selvedge, about 2 inches apart.
handwoven and partly hand-spun
46 inches wide x 22 inches long
Care: hand wash or gentle machine wash in cold water, in a zippered mesh bag; line dry in shade