Sourcing & Supply | Fairtrade/community suppliers


Sourcing & Supply | Fairtrade/community suppliers

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Comment by Holly Pressdee on April 21, 2010 at 12:50
I'm looking to weave a scarf collection out in India in October and would love to get hold of some fine silk and chunky wool yarns out in India, hopefully as natural as possible with no chemicals used in their productions???
Would to be great to hear if anyone has contacts out there.
Many thanks
Comment by Ellen Agger on April 19, 2010 at 21:44
Looking for small amounts (2-40 metres) of HANDWOVEN, NATURALLY DYED SILK FABRIC? Many of our pieces are organically produced and hand-reeled with small slubs that add wonderful texture and character to the fabric. Various weights available. We're a fairtrade social enterprise based in Canada and we work with rural women's weaving groups in Thailand and Laos. Also, 20-40 metre pieces of HAND-REELED ORGANIC SILK available on order if you have time, as it takes 3 months for 1 weaver to create and/or prepare the silk yarns, dye them with natural dyes and weave the fabric. It can take longer depending on the season (rainy season is poor for weaving silk). Enquiries welcome. We're looking for long-term customers who want to build solid relationships with us. Check out Check out the site for info on us, the artisans, fairtrade and more.
Comment by Colin Leslie Bamboo Eyewear on April 15, 2010 at 21:29
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Comment by Jane A. Nelson on March 16, 2010 at 16:15
Looking forward to an interesting future with the members.
Comment by Lavanya on February 16, 2010 at 17:01
Hi,I am conducting a survey for my MA project at London College of Fashion to understand the consumer behaviour towards eco-fashion clothing in the premium and luxury segment with a primary focus on eco-luxuryT-shirts. Please go to this link and fill up the survey questionnaire.

Please forward this all your friends as well. Your opinions and viewpoints matter alot and it would be of great help to me if you couldcomplete the survey. Thank you once again.
Comment by Hannah Warren on February 16, 2010 at 7:09
I am trying to source very long, super fine count (80s-120s) organic cotton (ideally pre-dyed with GOTS approved dyes) for handlooming in Madhya Pradesh, India. Any suggestions would be really appreciated!
Comment by jacqueline on November 2, 2009 at 12:08


Hey all

I have a few metres of some great fabrics left over and am willing to sell them at a 10% discount to what i bought them for - practically getting the shipping free!!

HEMP mixes

1) 54% Hemp / 43% Organic Cotton / 3% Lycra Jersey - 8oz = 6 metres for £72 - i will discount to £64.80

2) 55% Hemp / 45% Organic Cotton Jersey - 5oz = 2 metres for £18.60 - i will discount to £16.74

3) 54% Hemp / 43% Cotton / 3% Lycra Rib Knit - 8oz = 1 metres for £9.85 - i will discount to £8.87

4) 53% Soy / 44% Organic Cotton / 3% Lycra Jersey - 5. 8oz = 3 metres for £32.55 - i will discount to £29.30

BAMBOO mixes

1) 100% Organic Bamboo Jersey = 2 metres for £22.47 - i will discount to £20.22

2) 70% Organic Bamboo / 30% Organic Cotton Jersey = 4 metres for £47.60 - i will discount to £42.84

3) 70% Organic Bamboo / 30% Hemp Jersey = 2 metres for £24.43 - i will discount to £21.99

You can pay through a paypal account if interested or cash if you want to meet and avoid the dodgy postal system at present.

Let me know if you are interested in any of the above or need any more details


Comment by Anna on October 2, 2009 at 15:24
Hi everyone

I've got a friend here in Bristol who wants to source Mozambican Capulanas for the 20th anniversary of Bristol's twinning with Beira in Mozambique next year. Any advice/help be most welcome, thanks.

Comment by Ellen Agger on September 30, 2009 at 16:27
Hi, si:su. Please check the discussion posted above yesterday if you're interested in silk fabric - organic (not certified), fairly traded, handwoven, coloured with natural dyes.

Comment by Maiya on September 30, 2009 at 16:19
Hello, We're looking for some help sourcing organic/fairtrade fabric. If you could email us any info it'd be much appreciated... Many thanks, Helen.

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