Felt Wildflowers

Friends Handicraft

$ 10.00 

  • Fair Trade Felt Wildflowers: Handmade in Nepal trafficked women Global Goods Partners bouquet Felted Wool
  • Fair Trade Felt Wildflowers, Red: Handmade in Nepal trafficked women Global Goods Partners bouquet Felted Wool
  • Fair Trade Felt Wildflowers, Blue: Handmade in Nepal trafficked women Global Goods Partners bouquet
  • Fair Trade Felt Wildflowers, White: Handmade in Nepal trafficked women Global Goods Partners bouquet Felted Wool
  • Fair Trade Felt Wildflowers, Pink: Handmade in Nepal trafficked women Global Goods Partners bouquet Felted Wool
  • Fair Trade Felt Wildflowers, Yellow: Handmade in Nepal trafficked women Global Goods Partners bouquet Felted Wool
  • Fair Trade Felt Wildflowers, Purple: Handmade in Nepal trafficked women Global Goods Partners bouquet Felted Wool
  • Fair Trade Felt Wildflowers, Light Purple: Handmade in Nepal trafficked women Global Goods Partners bouquet Felted Wool
  • Fair Trade Felt Wildflowers: Handmade in Nepal trafficked women Global Goods Partners bouquet

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  • Description
  • Impact
    • You can count on these whimsical Fair Trade Felt Wildflowers to keep you smiling for years to come. These felted blooms not only last forever, the sale of each wild flower ensures a bright future for artisans and their families in Kathmandu, Nepal.

        • Felted Wool
        • Azo-free dyes, eco-friendly and non-toxic
        • 12'' stem, 5.5'' flower diameter
        • Bendable wire stem
        • Available in Pink, Yellow, White, Purple & Red wildflower
        • Each sold separately

      Felt flowers may need to be “refreshed” after unpacking your order. Simply steam the petals and leaves with a steamer or iron, as needed, and they’ll remain in bloom for years to come.

  • Friends Handicraft // Nepal

    These felt wild flowers are made by women artisans in Kathmandu, Nepal. The women, many of whom are formerly trafficked are trained in the ancient technique of felting and the income they earn from the sale of this product allows them to break the cycle of poverty and provide for their families. 
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