Handmade Gift Set - Flourish

SKU:PASTA000012

Handmade Gift Set

Regular price ₹ 1,280.00
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This stationery gift set includes an A5 upcycled ruled fabric diary that features a string closure. It also includes a plantable seed paper bookmark that has Tulsi seeds inside which can be planted, and a handwoven, naturally dyed, artisan-made kala cotton stole.
Please note: The diaries covers are upcycled from miscellaneous fabrics, colour and pattern received may vary.

PRODUCT ATTRIBUTES

  • Product Size: A5, items 4
  • Type: Gift set
  • Craft: Handblock printed fabric, Upcycling technique, Recycled handmade paper bookmark, Handwoven kala cotton scarf
  • Country of Origin: India

Artisan Wages

₹ 192

Overheads

₹ 358

Producer Group Margin

₹ 384

Flourish Margin

*goes towards platform operations, order fulfillment, and building equity for the producer ecosystem.
₹ 346

MRP

₹ 1280

Raw Material Cost

$

Artisan Wages

$ 3

Overheads

$ 5

Producer Group Margin

$ 6

Flourish Margin

$ 5

Retail Price(USD)

$ 19

पात्रः(pātraḥ) means 'Natural' in Sanskrit. They make everyday clothing which is functional with consiousness. Patrah was found with an aim to sustain the cultural heritage and increase the production of the Indian staple cotton in India. The brand makes premium quality everyday clothing that incorporates sustainable practices from seed to stitch. Keeping it aligned to the principles of slow fashion, the company’s ethos pivots around comfort, feel and functionality.
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This product is handmade/handwoven. Subtle variations in color, texture, or print are a part of its appeal. Give it some extra care.

For Handwoven Textiles: - First two washes should be dry cleaning as this is natural fabric and natural fibres tend to shrink. - Hand wash in cold water separately. - Using mild liquid detergent and dry inside out under shade. - Do not bleach. Please note: - For the garments which are naturally dyed, fading is the nature of natural dyes. - Irregularities and variations in the weave of fabric are an integral characteristic of the handwoven and handspun fabrics making it further unique.