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Introducing Handspun Knits- For Kids!

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We love supporting Handspun Hope, an organization that is not only changing women’s lives, but also creating 100 percent made-in-Rwanda products with a beautiful story behind every stitch.

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That's why we're excited to introduce a new line of kids' knits, made from 100 percent organic, merino wool and photographed on the granddaughters of the knitters themselves!

At the Handspun Hope cooperative in Musanze, Rwanda, women spin local sheep’s wool into 100% organic merino yarn. The artisans first clean and untangle the wool and then feed each strand into a spinning wheel, making one ply of yarn at a time. 

Once the yarn is ready, the women dye it by hand, often using local plant, flower, and vegetable material—like eucalyptus leaves, local flora, avocado, and onion skins—that they often pick on their way to work in the morning. The final result is soft, high-quality merino yarn that is naturally-made, beautifully-dyed, 100 percent organic and eco-friendly from start to finish.

Our new line of knit sweaters, vests, and accessories for kids were photographed on the farm where they were made, featuring the green hills of Rwanda, and adorable lambs and angora bunnies!

Shop our new line of handspun knits for kids here.

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Introducing Handspun Knits

In search of cozy new trends, just in time for fall? Look no further than our new line of beautiful knit sweaters handspun with heart in the hills of Rwanda!

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Our new line of hand-knit fisherman sweaters was made in partnership with Handspun Hope—a True Vineyards Ministries initiative that helps women in Musanze, Rwanda lift themselves out of poverty by spinning local sheep’s wool into high-quality, 100 percent organic merino yarn.

Handspun Hope employs 44 women, most of whom are widows, who spin, dye, and knit locally-harvested sheep’s wool by hand at an artisan cooperative in Rwanda. The sheep are raised on a breathtaking farm, located nearby at the foot of Rwanda’s Virunga mountains. There, the sheep are cared for night and day by a devoted shepherd named Faustin.

Once every eight months, Faustin shears the sheep’s wool (a process that does not hurt the sheep in any way) and brings it to the artisans’ cooperative where the women turn it into yarn. First, they triple-wash it clean and pick out any grass or debris that may remain. They then de-tangle the wool, comb out the fibers, and feed them into a spinning wheel, making one ply of yarn at a time. 

Once the yarn is ready, the women dye it by hand using local plant, flower, and vegetable material— like eucalyptus leaves, local flora, avocado, and onion skins—that they often pick on their way to work in the morning. The final result is soft, high-quality merino yarn that is naturally-made, beautifully-dyed, 100 percent organic, and eco-friendly from start to finish. 

We absolutely love the quality, texture, and rustic aesthetic of Handspun Hope’s yarn and are so excited to launch our new line of fisherman sweaters, all hand-spun, hand-dyed, and hand-knit by Handspun Hope’s artisans!  

To shop our new line of adult knit sweaters, click here.

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Join us on Monday, October 2nd and Tuesday, October 3rd for a special, two-day sample sale! Swing by and shop one-of-a-kind baskets, home décor, and accessories- all handmade by our artisan partners in Rwanda and Ghana.

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Gatagara Collection

Introducing our new collection of hand crafted ceramics & loomed alpaca accessories.

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The Gatagara Collection

Behind the design

Our new collection of ceramic products are handmade by a group of 12 artisans at Gatagara Pottery in Rwanda. After shaping the product, the artisans let the clay dry for 2-3 weeks before applying glaze and baking them in a kiln. From design to finished product, the ceramic-making process takes about one month to complete!

Why we love them

The distinctive handmade quality makes each piece of pottery unique and timeless.

Alpaca Loomed Accessories

Behind the design

Our new line of alpaca scarves and throws are hand-loomed by our artisan partners at Isano Cooperative in Rwanda. The artisans carefully prepare and loom the yarn using two different looming machines. After the scarves have been loomed, the women take care to trim the fringe and sew the ends. The result? A line of uniquely beautiful scarves handwoven with love from Rwanda.

Why we love them

Our yarn is sourced and spun from 100%  alpaca wool, making this collection of soft, high-quality scarves and throws a beautiful addition to any fall wardrobe or home update.

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