You have no items to compare.
The artisans at Sabahar spin silk from local cocoons, hand-weave the textiles, and use natural dyes to create soft, unique, beautiful goods. Thanks to Sabahar and its commitment to creating jobs for a broad spectrum of women, silk production has returned to, and continues to grow in, Ethiopia At Negist, another textile studio in Addis Ababa, dyers are adding vibrant and unusual colors to traditional Ethiopian blankets and scarves using low-impact, plant-based dyes. In Swaziland, three generations of women at Coral Stephens have been weaving mohair, and now raffia and other raw materials, into elegant and vibrant home and personal accessories. This committed Swazi business employs sixty talented women and provides them with training, skills, and financial independence … all difficult to find in rural areas.