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Snow Leopard Trust

Snow Leopard Trust
supports nomadic herders living in the remote mountains of Mongolia through sales of handfelted rugs produced in that country of 100% sheeps’ wool. Participating herders work with the trust to protect the snow leopards.
LuRu Home makes its NYIGF debut with the Chickadee tea towel, part of the Procelain Collection, which is hand-dyed with indigo on 100% linen using an ancient Chinese dye process.
LuRu Home
Global Handmade Hope,

Global Handmade Hope
, a fair trade company, is showing patchwork napkin and placemat sets in navy and light blue made by a women’s cooperative Rwanda.

Emdee International
has added new linen and burlap collections using natural fabrics as a base for applique and embroidery techniques.
Emdee International
Aalamwaar Textiles’
Aalamwaar Textiles’ Hand Stamps Collection employs casement cotton fabric that is hand-dyed with AZO-free low environmental impact dyes and is then hand block-printed and tailored by master artisans at Aalamwaar’s workshop in Hyderabad, India.
Libeco Home introduces Tahoe, a collection of 100% Belgian linen napkins, runners and tablecloths — the latter in four sizes.
Libeco Home
Merben
Merben handmade rugs are constructed in India from leftover leather scraps, cotton rags and denim jeans.
Pendleton’s Fossil Leaf is an intricate jacquard design with the look of a photographic negative made in the U.S. of wool and cotton.
Pendleton’s
Sam Salem and Son’s
Sam Salem and Son’s Dublin plaid wool comforter set comes from the Joseph Abboud collection.
Mia + Finn, which debuted its first products last summer, introduces Andrew quilts. The reversible block-printed and hand-quilted pieces marry Indian textiles tradition to European design sense.
Antiochia,
Antiochia, a first-time exhibitor, produces traditional Turkish bath towels known as peshtemal that are hand woven Denizli, India.
Dea’s Marea is part of its new pre-washed linen collection, which is available in 16 colors.
Dea’s
Ortolan Organic’s
Ortolan Organic’s hand-made Lobster pillow is made of hemp and organic cotton with a Kapok fill.
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