A seser is a traditional scarf handwoven from locally grown, handspun cotton in East Java. Threads of Life works with this weaving community in Java to preserve the growing of cotton in a sustainable small scale way that provides income to these farming communities. These small cotton industries are disappearing in Indonesia and we hope to keep them going.
Plain weave, single panel, twisted fringe, handspun cotton, natural dyes. Approximately 230 x 50 cm / 90.5 x 19.5 in
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We work directly with over 1,000 women in more than 35 groups on 12 Indonesian islands from Kalimantan to Timor
We empower women’s enterprises and put money directly into women’s hands where it best ensures their households’ welfares.
Our cultural and technical support moves weavers to great pride of ownership, inspiring the extraordinary quality of their work.
Dye plant use perpetuates a sustainable relationship with the land, and helps a community prioritize conservation.