True Colours Shawls

How it's made

The lifestory of a Shawl

The lifestory of a Shawl

Step 1 starts here

The journey of a Truecolours Shawl started in India. We choose to manufacture in India to support the local economy, and loyally respecting the natural and organic processes of cultivating and obtaining our prime materials.

Step 1 starts here

The journey of a Truecolours Shawl started in India. We choose to manufacture in India to support the local economy, and loyally respecting the natural and organic processes of cultivating and obtaining our prime materials.

Step 1 starts here

The journey of a Truecolours Shawl started in India. We choose to manufacture in India to support the local economy, and loyally respecting the natural and organic processes of cultivating and obtaining our prime materials.

Step 2 starts here

Many people in India have no access to electricity. Their activity is limited to daylight hours, which means their working hours are normal. Living without electricity and modern technology means learning to work with basic tools, basically working with your hands.

Step 2 starts here

Many people in India have no access to electricity. Their activity is limited to daylight hours, which means their working hours are normal. Living without electricity and modern technology means learning to work with basic tools, basically working with your hands.

Step 2 starts here

Many people in India have no access to electricity. Their activity is limited to daylight hours, which means their working hours are normal. Living without electricity and modern technology means learning to work with basic tools, basically working with your hands.

We are convinced that you can create by the use of technology in a sustainable manner.
All our shawls are handmade by village people, using various traditional spinning and weaving techniques. Khadi Cotton is an example of a handspun cotton yarn. It is a process of spinning a cotton fibre into a yarn by hand.

They literally turn natural raw materials into a beautifully finished handmade shawl!

We are convinced that you can create by the use of technology in a sustainable manner.
All our shawls are handmade by village people, using various traditional spinning and weaving techniques. Khadi Cotton is an example of a handspun cotton yarn. It is a process of spinning a cotton fibre into a yarn by hand.
They literally turn natural raw materials into a beautifully finished handmade shawl!

We are convinced that you can create by the use of technology in a sustainable manner.
All our shawls are handmade by village people, using various traditional spinning and weaving techniques. Khadi Cotton is an example of a handspun cotton yarn. It is a process of spinning a cotton fibre into a yarn by hand.
They literally turn natural raw materials into a beautifully finished handmade shawl!

Following ethical values means we produce 100% non-toxic products for you without contamination, using recyclable packaging, manufactured in India to support the local economy, and loyally respecting the natural and organic processes of cultivating and obtaining our prime materials. All our suppliers are known to us personally, so we can guarantee that they work in ethical way and all of them have international or Indian certifications.

Following ethical values means we produce 100% non-toxic products for you without contamination, using recyclable packaging, manufactured in India to support the local economy, and loyally respecting the natural and organic processes of cultivating and obtaining our prime materials. All our suppliers are known to us personally, so we can guarantee that they work in ethical way and all of them have international or Indian certifications.

Following ethical values means we produce 100% non-toxic products for you without contamination, using recyclable packaging, manufactured in India to support the local economy, and loyally respecting the natural and organic processes of cultivating and obtaining our prime materials. All our suppliers are known to us personally, so we can guarantee that they work in ethical way and all of them have international or Indian certifications.

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