Indian womenswear brand, Injiri, has expanded into quilts with the launch of its new sustainable project 'The Recycle Project,' which uses fabric scraps to produce gorgeous quilts in order to reduce textile waste.
Injiri has announced the debut of a new line of sustainable quilts as part of its home textile offering on Facebook. The collection will be sold through Injiri's dedicated e-commerce store.
The brand announced that at Injiri, they reuse the textile wastes from the items that they manufacture to prolong the textile's link to the craftspeople through the quilts. Through quilting, as well as piecing and patching, which are their core waste-reduction practices, they recycled their textile waste in the #recyclequiltproject. It is the most time-consuming aspect of their business. If you look closely at hand-made quilts, you will see their own personality, with the quilter's talent constantly visible.
Taan Baan, Injiri's newest collection, also incorporates reused fabric scraps for its summer wardrobe. To generate concealed blasts of color, the collection mixes gentle neutrals over colorful checked linens. Crafts are celebrated in the collection, which includes summer duster coats, loose tunics, and tactile textiles.
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