Aqua Flowers Journal
Sustainably made from recycled, unbleached, scrap cotton fabric Soft cover adorned with hand screen printed motifs Azo-free dyes Crafted by rural and low-income artisans from Northern India This special paper is crafted from 100% cotton hosiery waste scrap fabric, discarded by cotton t-shirt manufacturers. The paper is Processed Chlorine-Free (PCP) and is unbleached, making the product and the process earth-friendly. Journals make a thoughtful and versatile gift. A Fair Trade product. Handmade by artisans in India.
How It's Made: Artisans first blend scrap fabric with water until the mixture becomes a watery paste. To create a broad spectrum of colors, vibrant azo-free dyes are added at this stage. Artisans then pull wire mesh screens through tubs filled with the mixture, forming sheets. These wet sheets are skillfully transferred from the screen into stacks, each sheet separated by layers of fabric.
Size 6"x 8" 100 unruled pages
Vendor: Sustainable Threads