Naturally Dyed Desktop Organizer - Blush Shibori | The Little Market

Desktop Organizer - Blush Shibori

$ 62.00


Organize your desk essentials with ease, intention, and joy. Each piece in this desk organization set is naturally dyed and made from recycled cotton textiles that were discarded from the garment industry and would otherwise be sent to a landfill.

  • 1 Tray
  • 2 Pen Organizers
  • 2 Clip Organizers
  • 1 Long Organizer

  • Every purchase empowers innovative artisans in India practicing a traditional and eco-conscious papermaking technique while earning fair, dignified wages.

    Naturally Dyed Desktop Organizer - Blush Shibori | The Little Market


    • Tray: 10" x 7.5" x 1.75"
    • Pen organizer: 3.5" x 3.5" x 4"
    • Clip organizer: 3.5" x 3.5" x 1.5"
    • Long organizer: 7" x 2.25" x 1.5"
    • As with all handmade items, variations will occur. These organization essentials are hand-dyed using natural dyes. As a result of their handcrafted nature, the colors will vary.


    • Spot clean only.
    • Limit exposure to the sun, as fading may occur.
    • Be mindful to store in a cool, dry place to prevent the natural dyes from transferring.


    • 100% Cotton


    • We guarantee the quality and individuality of all of our handmade, fair trade products and conduct thorough quality checks.
    • As with all handmade and small-batch items, no two pieces are exactly the same.
    • Variations in size, color, and design will naturally occur.
    • If you purchase two or more of the same items, you might notice variations. Our Fulfillment Team members do their best to make sure the items are as similar as can be.
    • We hold our handmade products in the highest esteem, and we hope that you enjoy and celebrate these variations as much as we do.
    • Learn more about our products here.
    $ 28.00
    Located in: India
    Social enterprise Craft Boat works with artisans who practice eco-conscious principles while creating innovative products. To create the table linens and drawstring bags, they form the fabric from cotton yarn. The cotton plant provides fibers that are transformed into yarn, and the artisans weave the yarns together to create the textile and fabric. Next, they fold and tie the textile once with a thread in preparation for the dye. The linens and bags are beautifully and naturally dyed with indigo and blush dyes, which are derived from plants and trees abundant in India. These colors are transferred to textiles, and the artisans fold and tie them to form intricate, unique patterns. They untie, dry, and iron the fabric. In the final stages, the textiles are stitched together to completion.
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    Located in: India
    Sewing, stitching + natural dyeing
    Sewing, stitching + natural dyeing