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Ribbons, Cords, and Tapes

Notions for Green Pepper Patterns
Vegetable Dyed Ribbon-6mm
  • Content: 100% Organic Cotton
  • Width: 6mm Wide
  • Sold on 5m card

    Reviving historical practices, with contemporary environmental thinking and current scientific advances, trimmings are dyed by BioDye in India, with a closed loop system. BioDye uses dyes and mordants that are environmentally safe. Dyestuffs are obtained from sustainable sources such as leaves, fruits, and regenerative stems. Waste materials are biodegradable, with compost and irrigation water used to grow dye, medicinal plants and food crops for in-house consumption. Through a collaboration with village women's groups, dyeplants and firewood are collected from renewable plantations and used in fuel-efficient stoves in the dye house. BioDye also work with local farmers to support the re-introduction of indigo in agriculturally depleted regions, thereby contributing to sustainable livelihoods.

 

*If you would like to see what plants were used in the dyeing process for each color, click here.

 

GOTS Certificate for the ribbon can be found here.

Color: Dark Grey
  • Just one select dropdown here
 
Natural Ribbon-6mm-Undyed By the Yard

Grown, woven and hand-dyed in India 

 

  • Sold by the yard
  • Content: 100% Organic Cotton
  • Width: 6mm Wide (approx. 1/4 Inch)
  • Undyed

     

    GOTS Certificate for the ribbon can be found here.

    Color: Natural
    • Just one select dropdown here
     
    Vegetable Dyed Ribbon-15mm
    • Content: 100% Organic Cotton
    • Width: 15mm Wide
    • Sold by 5m card

     

    Reviving historical practices, with contemporary environmental thinking and current scientific advances, trimmings are dyed by BioDye in India, with a closed loop system. BioDye uses dyes and mordants that are environmentally safe. Dyestuffs are obtained from sustainable sources such as leaves, fruits, and regenerative stems. Waste materials are biodegradable, with compost and irrigation water used to grow dye, medicinal plants and food crops for in-house consumption. Through a collaboration with village women's groups, dyeplants and firewood are collected from renewable plantations and used in fuel-efficient stoves in the dye house. BioDye also work with local farmers to support the re-introduction of indigo in agriculturally depleted regions, thereby contributing to sustainable livelihoods.

     

    *If you would like to see what plants were used in the dyeing process for each color, click here.

     

    GOTS Certificate for the ribbon can be found here.