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craft techniques

blockprint. block printing is the process of printing textile fabrics using engraved wooden blocks. It's the earliest and slowest of all methods of textile printing. most of our shirts and jacket's linings are made with this technique and we're obsessed with the result.


 ikat. ikat is a dyeing craft used to create a distinct style of textile patterns. ikat is done by resist dyeing sections of the yarns prior to weaving the fabric. 


shibori. shibori is a Japanese manual resist dyeing technique with over 1.300 years used on textiles to create patterns that spread unevenly across the fabric.  shibori dyeing involves folding and binding fabric before dyeing it. 



hand woven. many of our pieces are produced on a hand-operated loom. hand looms do not require electricity and are carbon neutral. 


hand dyed. many of our textiles are naturally hand dyed. natural dyes are biodegradable, non-toxic and non-allergenic, and they have a much lower environmental impact than synthetic dyes.

hand cut.  all our pieces are carefully hand cut by our tailors.

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