We’re so excited to share our beautiful Kantha Apron, pleated with a match fabric waistband that ties in a beautiful fluffy bow in the back!
• Measurement: 24in x 19in
• Material: Recycled Saree Fabric
• Care Instructions: Wash gently. Tumble Dry. Love Well.
• Your purchase makes an impact Every Kantha Apron goes through the hands of 5 women and provides approximately 6 hours of work!
• Free shipping on all orders of $80
Why Buy at Every Woman a Theologian?
This product provides one hour of living-wage work for five woman in India, through the Asha Project. What a cool opportunity to support third-world countries with your purchases!
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A Note From Phy:
I absolutely adore the Kantha Apron from The Asha Project! It’s not just a beautifully crafted apron, but it also carries a meaningful story of empowerment and support for women in India. The fact that every apron is meticulously made by the hands of five talented women, providing them with approximately six hours of work, truly warms my heart. Plus, the recycled saree fabric used is not only eco-friendly but also adds a unique and vibrant touch to the apron. It’s a wonderful way to bring a piece of India’s rich culture into your home. Knowing that my purchase contributes to the economic empowerment of these women and helps create a more just and sustainable world makes me cherish this apron even more.
A Note From The maker:
The Asha Project is a social enterprise that empowers women in India to break the cycle of poverty and bring hope back to their communities. The project was created with a vision to provide a safe and inclusive space for women to come together in community to work on handicrafts and support each other in their personal and professional growth. Through the creation and sale of unique handcrafted products, including kantha bags and baskets made from recycled saree fabric, the Asha Project provides fair and liveable wages to its workers, who are primarily women. By supporting the Asha Project, you are contributing to the economic empowerment of women in India, and helping to create a more just and sustainable world.