This beautiful wall banner has been sewn and screen printed by hand on natural canvas by Kenyan artisans.
It measures 16in x 20in and has been made by the Imani Collective in Kenya.
More about the Imani Collective:
The Imani Collective is a socio-economic empowerment organization that employs over eighty Kenyan women + men in Mtepeni Village and Mombasa, Kenya along with half a dozen women stateside. We believe that together, we unleash a woman’s greatness through empowerment + opportunity + community. Dignified employment is a key ingredient for economic development and poverty reduction in developing countries around the world. Over the past 5 years, Imani Collective’s innovative model to provide women, men and their families with empowerment, skills training, community and access to education has proven highly effective at improving artisan livelihoods. We also strive to be ethically-responsible and environmentally-friendly when sourcing our local, raw + organic materials. By sourcing from local markets + vendors we are investing in the local economy which is essential to overall economic development in the area. We support the integrity of ethically sourced, artisan made goods and our heart is to create opportunities for men and women to make them.
The Tutti Frutti Guide to Caring for your Clothes!
Tutti Frutti uses only the best orgaic cotton fabrics which have a touch of elastane into make the stretchy and comfy. This makes them robst and easy to wear but they still need to be taken care of properly to help them last!
To help them kee their shape and colour for longer wash them inside out ona cool setting. Avoid using stain removers as this can take the colour out of your clothes as well as the stains!
Line dry your colourful clothes to prevent them shrinking. Try not to tumble dry them if you can!