Handspun Cotton Fabric

You’ll love it because: This 100% handspun cotton fabric, naturally dyed with indigo, handwoven by Tai Lue artisans can be used for home decor items such as cushion covers but is also suitable for apparel and accessories

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We’re finally adding fabric by the metre to our webshop! And you can buy as little as one metre! 

Handwoven by Tai Lue artisans in Luang Prabang province through the Village Weavers Project, this 100% handspun cotton can be used for home decor items such as cushion covers and is also suitable for apparel and accessories. Use our fabric Made in Laos to bring your designs to life! 

Everybody loves the natural color of cotton and indigo, this is why we’re starting with these two colors but drop us a line on [email protected] and let us know what colors we should add next! 

And if you’re a designer, we can work with you to design your own fabric, just saying…

  • Material: 100% Handspun Cotton
  • Dye: Natural Dye
  • Dimensions: 80cm x 100 cm
  • Care Instructions: Hand wash. Add a teaspoon of salt to the first wash. Do not bleach. Do not wring. Hang to dry. Iron on low heat

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Color

Checkered, Indigo, Stripe, White

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Made by Tai Lue
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