SCRUNCHIE LINDA

€15€7

VAT included.

Delivery time DE 3 -5 Working days

Zero Waste - Maximum Impact


Besides our social mission, it is important to us that every woven cm is valued and that no unnecessary textile waste is produced. Therefore we give our fabric scraps a new life as unique hair bands. Complete your look with a piece of Guatemalan craftsmanship and choose from 5 colour variations.

  • PRODUCT DETAILS
  • IMPACT
  • WEAVING TECHNIQUE

100% Handmade in Guatemala

 

Impact in Guatemala: 30 min for the production of one scrunchie from fabric remnants.


1% of the sale price is donated to Amazon Watch for Environmental Protection and Human Rights 



Falseria weaving

Scrunchie: black, cream


The Falseria technique was introduced with the Spanish in the 1500’s. Traditional designs from backstrap weaving were reinterpreted into the falseria technique. That is why it’s called falseria = false brocade. To produce one meter of fabric, the artisan needs one day of part time work (4h).

 

Ikat weaving

Scrunchie: grey, green, blue


The Ikat technique (in Guatemala called "Jaspe") consists of 14 different artisanal dying and weaving steps. The yarns are bound by hand to create the pattern. It is then dyed by hand and when the binds are untied the pattern appears. The yarn is then set onto a pedal loom and woven. It is almost impossible to break down the amount of time needed to produce one pillowcase, since many steps and different weavers are involved in this complex process.


Zero Waste - Maximum Impact


Besides our social mission, it is important to us that every woven cm is valued and that no unnecessary textile waste is produced. Therefore we give our fabric scraps a new life as unique hair bands. Complete your look with a piece of Guatemalan craftsmanship and choose from 5 colour variations.

  • PRODUCT DETAILS
  • IMPACT
  • WEAVING TECHNIQUE

100% Handmade in Guatemala

 

100% Handmade in Guatemala

 

Impact in Guatemala: 30 min for the production of one scrunchie from fabric remnants.


1% of the sale price is donated to Amazon Watch for Environmental Protection and Human Rights 


Impact in Guatemala: 30 min for the production of one scrunchie from fabric remnants.


1% of the sale price is donated to Amazon Watch for Environmental Protection and Human Rights 



Falseria weaving

Scrunchie: black, cream


The Falseria technique was introduced with the Spanish in the 1500’s. Traditional designs from backstrap weaving were reinterpreted into the falseria technique. That is why it’s called falseria = false brocade. To produce one meter of fabric, the artisan needs one day of part time work (4h).

 

Ikat weaving

Scrunchie: grey, green, blue


The Ikat technique (in Guatemala called "Jaspe") consists of 14 different artisanal dying and weaving steps. The yarns are bound by hand to create the pattern. It is then dyed by hand and when the binds are untied the pattern appears. The yarn is then set onto a pedal loom and woven. It is almost impossible to break down the amount of time needed to produce one pillowcase, since many steps and different weavers are involved in this complex process.



Falseria weaving

Scrunchie: black, cream


The Falseria technique was introduced with the Spanish in the 1500’s. Traditional designs from backstrap weaving were reinterpreted into the falseria technique. That is why it’s called falseria = false brocade. To produce one meter of fabric, the artisan needs one day of part time work (4h).

 

Ikat weaving

Scrunchie: grey, green, blue


The Ikat technique (in Guatemala called "Jaspe") consists of 14 different artisanal dying and weaving steps. The yarns are bound by hand to create the pattern. It is then dyed by hand and when the binds are untied the pattern appears. The yarn is then set onto a pedal loom and woven. It is almost impossible to break down the amount of time needed to produce one pillowcase, since many steps and different weavers are involved in this complex process.



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BESIDES SUPPORTING INDIGENOUS WOMEN IN GUATEMALA WE ALSO WANT TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE PROTECTION OF PEOPLE LIVING IN THE AMAZONAS AND TO COUNTERACT THE ONGOING DESTRUCTION OF THE RAINFOREST.

OUR HANDMADE BAGS ARE TRUE FAIR FASHION HEROINES! THEY NOT ONLY COMPLEMENT YOUR TIMELESS LOOKS, THEY ALSO SET A CLEAR SIGN FOR CONSCIOUS CONSUMPTION, WOMEN EMPOWERMENT AND HUMANITY. ONE BAG, ONE GLOBAL FAMILY.


 ONE BAG, ONE GLOBAL FAMILY.