Organic handspun cotton

It was still the early 2000s and the beginnings of the Village Weavers Project when we heard about a village in the Luang Prabang Province producing high quality cotton. On arrival it was instantly apparent that the journey was going to be worth it. If you ever wondered what a Tai Lue village looks like, Ban Nayang is the picture perfect Tai Lue village. Set in a lush river valley, under each of the elegant stilted houses a loom, baskets overflowing with cotton ready for spinning and colourful yarns drying in the sun.

Nowadays cotton is the world’s most important non-food agricultural product and one of the most favored fabrics for clothes. But did you ever wonder how cotton is made? How does it go from this little cloud like ball on a plant to thread? Watch this video for answers to your questions. Enjoy the demonstration!

We mostly use handspun cotton for our products at the exception of some products which are made from what we call Lanten cotton, thinner cotton woven by Lanten artisans. From the Tai Lue, we buy handspun cotton fabric by the meter, wall hangings, scarves, shawls and skirts, among other things. All made of the best quality cotton Laos has to offer.

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Kriang Animal Pouch

You'll love it because: The wrist loop and size make the Kriang Animal Pouch a versatile piece, and shows off the artisans' skill in weaving animal motifs.


Pha Faiy Two Tone Long Sleeved Shirt

You'll love it because: The subtle addition of natural indigo threads in the warp takes this organic cotton shirt up a notch, meaning it's ever better looking!


Multicolor Diamond Wall Art

You’ll love it because: It’s small enough to be framed as a work of art that it is but you still get to enjoy the intricate and traditional work of our artisans!

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