Charleston, SC (PressExposure) March 16, 2011 -- Sevya is a company dedicated to fair trade principles with an exclusive range of hand-crafted cotton scarves. The scarves come in myriad designs, and are handmade of pure fine cotton. Sevya showcases India's rich artistic tradition of hand-weaving, and these scarves are beautiful representations of the artistic mastery of these weavers.
As a senior Sevya representative says, "Our collection of cotton scarves is truly unique. As the scarves are entirely handmade-from the dyeing of the yarn to the setting of the loom and the weaving-each piece is a work of art and stands apart form the machine-made scarves that are commonly available in the market today. The artisans who make the dyes for the scarves are highly skilled in this art and thus the colors are unique and vibrant. The weavers who set the looms and do the actual hand-weaving come from a long lineage of master weavers and their weaving skill creates the finest and highest quality scarves in the market. The scarves are available in a wide range of vibrant colors and designs, for men and women. Sevya scarves fuse fair trade with unique quality and style at affordable prices."
Sevya produces soft cotton scarves which offer comfort and style. Made of 100% cotton, these scarves help to protect against sun exposure in the summer and provide light warmth in the fall and winter. Hand-woven out of fine, soft cotton, these scarves also come in designs with handmade tassels in fun colors. Traditional Indian crafts such as hand- painting, block-printing, embroidery, weaving, and tie-dye are incorporated in the scarves, making the range truly unique and extensive. As the scarves are made using the highest quality natural yarns such as cotton, silk, and wool, they are sturdy, comfortable, and good for the environment.
Sevya has earned a name for itself with its extensive collection of cotton and silk scarves wholesale. Dedicated to fair trade, the company has built a strong foundation in the global market for hand-crafted textiles. The company works with artisan cooperatives in many parts of India, helping them to revive art traditions that were on the brink of extinction.