Organic Silk: Satin or Habotai

£32.00

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SILK SATIN:

A soft satin silk with a typically glossy surface and a dull back on one side. Ideal for natural dyeing projects such as women's lingerie, nightgowns, blouses, and evening gowns, men's boxer shorts, shirts and neckties and for interior furnishing fabrics, upholstery, and bed sheets.
Width: 140 cm

SILK HABOTAI:

This delicate silk is great for natural dye projects. It is often used as a lining silk and for T-shirts, lampshades, summer blouses or very light lingerie.
Habotai is a lightweight, shimmering material once used mainly for making silk kimonos. It is sheer and has a slight ivory tint.
The fabric comes in its natural, boiled off state.
Width: 140 cm

** Please let us know which type of silk you require when you make your purchase ***

These beautiful organic silks are harvested from an organic mulberry orchard in Hertfordshire. The silkworms feed off the mulberry leaves and provide the organic silk cocoons.
This process was monitored by the Soil Association, which awarded the certification for Organic Silk in 2014.

No detergents or bleaches are used in the production, nor are the silkworms fed with hormone enhancements, (This is common practice by many producers.)

Dry clean or hand wash (recommended). Machine wash on gentle cycle, with mild soap and warm water. Tumble dry on low heat, or iron dry from a barely damp state. Never use bleach on silk.

Please get in touch if you would like to order larger quantities.

Other companies who use these silks include: Prada, Made in Goel s.c.s.pa, Cecillia Del Corpo, Gibo Co Spa-Via , Michael Kors, Roger Vivier, Rhianne Sinclair-Phillips, Minna Hepburn, Ayten Roberts, Sanyukta Shrestha, Samanta Pattinson, Manami Ikemura, Helen Van Rees, Limerick School of Art and Design, Sara Hays, Inner-Soul Organics, The centre for Sustainable Fashion, Ellen Wagenaar, Natalie Gesinn, Etheme Aromatherapies, Faith Damselfly, Garcia Ecoventures, Caiomhe Keane, Random Luxury Aps.

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