Heavy and structured silk fabric handwoven from tussah noil. Particularly suitable for jackets and troussers, as good as for opaque curtains and other house textiles. An eye-catcher because of its interesting surface.
The silk comes from an organic agriculture and non-violent production. In manual work the silkworm cocoons are cut to let the silk moth escape. The short pieces of the fibers are traditionally spun and handwoven whereby the fabric gets its unique character. The organic silk is manufactured by underprivileged people of the poor rural tribes in Jharkhand, East India.