Handmade Monocle Pendants, Watches, Silk and Fabric Scarves, Jewelry, Skirts, Tea Cozies and Aprons.

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Local Events Brattleboro, VT. Strolling of the Heifers Pop up Gift Shop

For those of you that are interested in local events, in and around Brattleboro, VT. The Strolling of the Heifers at the River Garden, Main St. Brattleboro are holding 2 Pop up Holiday Gift Fairs, one in November and one in December., both of which I will be attending as a vendor. Something for everyone, I hope to see you there!:)

More info can be found here

https://www.strollingoftheheifers.com/popup-holiday-gift-shop-2018/

More Recycled Silk Sari Scarves in the store!

This week I'm stocking up my store with more of these wonderful used Silk Saris (some are vintage Saris) that have been recycled and repurposed into handmade scarves of all kinds. I'm always impressed with the designs and colors of these Saris, they're so different from commercially available fabrics. The Saris come from various parts of India, as places specialize in different types of designs/embroidery, like the batiks of NW India and the Zari gold embroidery that decorates the edges which is a specialty in Southern India.

New Line Fall and Winter Fashion Scarf Accessories- Recycled Skinny Infinity Silk Sari Scarves

I love creating new items, especially from the recycled silk saris I have on hand. This season I've made sets of 3 skinny infinity silk sari scarves in complimentary colorways that can be worn altogether, seperately or in combinations of any two as a new line using these recycled silks. Each is long enough to wrap 2 or 3 times around the neck to perfectly accessorize your outfits. I love them and I hope you do too!:)

You can find the scarf sets in this section of my store. https://eclecticasiacreation.indiemade.com/catalog/recycled-silk-sari-scarves

Enjoy browsing!

Using recycled silk Saris to make scarves and other items

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I first started making scarves, other accessories and skirts from recycling Indian Silk Saris in 2012. I attended weekly Farmers' Markets throughout the year from 2012 to 2015  with these and many other products that I make. I still make these items currently but have shifted to selling more online, as this gives me more time to do everything else that I do day to day with our plant nursery and property management. 

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