Tagua chifle earrings – emerald

Tagua is a nut that grows in the rainforest.  It falls to the ground and hardens so completely that it’s referred to as “vegetable ivory.”  Carved and dyed into vibrant hues, it is a stunning and sustainable source for stunning jewelry.

Diaper bag (PINK!)

Outside zipper pocket  is 7″ x 9″. Inside are two open pockets (7″ x 6.5″) and a semi-hidden zippered cell phone pocket (3″ x 9″).  Also includes a diaper changing pad with one waterproof side (22″ x 16″).

Double swirl metal earrings

These fun metal earrings are from the Faraja Widows in Nairobi, Kenya. They dangle just right and look great with just about any outfit.

Dropedi denim & olive woven placemats

These placemats are beautifully handwoven by weavers in the Miraj Free Methodist church near Mumbai, India, as part of the Dayanand Hand Loom Group.  Purchasing these table linens helps the weavers support themselves and their families.

Dayanand Hand Loom Group is caring for the last generation of people who had Hansen’s Disease.  (They have been cured for many years, but still have external & internal disabilities from this disease that used to be called leprosy.  Hansen’s Disease is now almost eradicated.)  Dayanand is also helping preserve this ancient art of weaving on hand looms.  See a video of the weavers here.

Ankush emerald striped woven napkins

These everyday cocktail napkins are named after Ankush, one of the artisans in the group.  The luxury dinner napkins are named after his wife, Irrava.

Purchasing these table linens helps the weavers support themselves and their families.  Dayanand Hand Loom Group is caring for the last generation of people who had Hansen’s Disease (what used to be called leprosy — it’s almost eradicated).  They are also preserving this ancient art of weaving on hand looms.  See a video of the weavers here.

Ankush solid color woven napkins

These everyday cocktail napkins are named after Ankush, one of the artisans in the group.  The luxury dinner napkins are named after his wife, Irrava.

Purchasing these table linens helps the weavers support themselves and their families.  Dayanand Hand Loom Group is caring for the last generation of people who had Hansen’s Disease (what used to be called leprosy — it’s almost eradicated).  They are also preserving this ancient art of weaving on hand looms.  See a video of the weavers here.

Ankush pink striped woven napkins

These everyday cocktail napkins are named after Ankush, one of the artisans in the group.  The luxury dinner napkins are named after his wife, Irrava.

Purchasing these table linens helps the weavers support themselves and their families.  Dayanand Hand Loom Group is caring for the last generation of people who had Hansen’s Disease (what used to be called leprosy — it’s almost eradicated).  They are also preserving this ancient art of weaving on hand looms.  See a video of the weavers here.

Irrava luxury napkins – olive

These luxury dinner napkins are named after Irrava, one of the artisans in the group.  The everyday cocktail napkins are named after her husband, Ankush.  (Coordinating placemats are sold separately.)

Purchasing these table linens helps the weavers support themselves and their families.  Dayanand Hand Loom Group is caring for the last generation of people who had Hansen’s Disease (what used to be called leprosy — it’s almost eradicated).  They are also preserving this ancient art of weaving on hand looms.  See a video of the weavers here.

Amber Triangle Earrings

Earrings designed & created by Laura, one of the Mujeres Jireh in Peru.  Your purchase helps her support her family and helps fund women’s ministry throughout Peru.

LaRa tonal achira earrings

These earrings are a new design from SEED’s partnership with Mujeres Jireh.

Tagua dangler earrings

Tagua is a nut that falls to the rainforest floor.  It is carved and hardens so much it is called “vegetable ivory.”  Sustainable.  Beautiful.