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About Our Auction
This auction of the Senjakala RS is to raise money for the inspiring non-profit organisation Lift me Up. This organisation's mission is to share the benefits of babywearing with families who have children with special needs in order to encourage optimal development. All proceed's from this auction will go to the Lift Me Up organisation.
The Senjakala Ring Sling is a very limited edition khadi hybrid. It was never released for sale in the Northern Hemisphere! It is a tribute to twilight khadi and jati. It uses the same variegated brown/natural yarns for the wefts as Jati.
♥ Exclusive & Luxurious Handloom Cotton with exquisite design/pattern
♥ 100% cotton. Material is soft, cool, comfortable, breathable, durable, resilient and ideal for use in all climates
♥ Suitable for newborns and can be worn up to toddlerhood
♥ Provides just the right support for comfortable carrying
♥ Length: 200cm
♥ Width: 74cm (29 inches)
♥ Fabric is washable by hand or machine. Wash separately and place in a mesh bag or pillow case if machine washed.
♥ We use only high quality Aluminium rings from Slingrings.com
NOTE: Because these are handloom, there may be small irregularities which is expected in hand--woven fabric such as uneven weaving, colour/mild shade variations, knots, slubs, runaway threads all of which are natural characteristics of handwoven fabrics. These are NOT defects and does not affect the quality.
All raw materials used are natural and environmental friendly
Bebe Sachi Ring Slings are manufactured under fair trade practices. By purchasing this product, you are assisting the formation and sustainability of economically viable groups
Winners must contact the administrator and provide their PayPal email address after the auction ends. Payment must be made in full via PayPal within 3 days (72 hours) of winning the auction. We shall go to the next highest bidder if you are unable to complete your purchase within the stipulated time frame.
About Bebe Sachi
Maker of exquisite hand loomed baby wraps. Committed to saving the dying art of traditional hand weaving. The social enterprise works to raise money for many initiatives involving supporting parents with baby wearing, breastfeeding and include raising money for child related charities.