This gorgeous floral turban headband is handmade by women who've survived trafficking in India. Each one is made from upcycled fabric scraps
Sewing New Futures is a non-profit that educates, employs, and empowers women to make their own choices. They work with women and girls in India and Uganda that have survived or evaded sex trafficking and poverty
The charity provides women with vocational training and fair-wage employment making new products from recycled materials - and we're delighted to support their work by sharing their products with you!
SNF is in the process of becoming members of the Fair Trade Federation
This headband is made from fabric off-cuts that might otherwise have gone to waste
Sustainable, empowering and striking, this hair turban is sure to be a favourite! Handmade from excess fabric from making clothes in the SNF workshop, these lightweight georgette scraps have been turned into fabulous accessories.
Hand-sewn by female survivors of trafficking in New Delhi. Making these products helps them and their families with employment, education, legal support and access to health care.
What you get:
Each headband is handmade from lightweight georgette crepe fabric and elasticated at the back to keep it in place
Please note: these products are handmade and designs can vary slightly. We think this is part of the appeal as every item is unique to you. Please be aware that the colours and print may be slightly different to the images shown
Washing instructions: gentle hand wash separately. Do not soak. Dry in the shade.
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