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Uchit - how our designs are made

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Uchit - how our designs are made

Check out how our designs are created in this video. Our designs are handcrafted by our fair trade partners, the mostly women-owned handloom cooperatives in India. All products are made of sustainably sourced yarns and eco-friendly dyes. They are hand dyed, hand spun and hand woven to create elegant products you see in the shop

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Happily on Abe's Market now!

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Happily on Abe's Market now!

Now our natural, eco-friendly products live at Abe's Market too. As a curator of all things natural, Abe's Market is a nationally recognized leader in bringing together people and planet loving brands and individuals together. At Uchit, we are very happy to be part of Abe's Market offerings.

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Say No to end violence against women

1 in 3 of all women face physical or sexual violence in their lifetime. That is one too many.

The campaign Say NO – UNiTE to End Violence against Women, was started in 2009 by UN Women. Since then it has mobilized advocacy efforts to end violence against women and girls.

Raise awareness about violence against women and girls. Visit Say NO – UNiTE and lend your voice.

"We must unite. Violence against women cannot be tolerated, in any form, in any context, in any circumstance, by any political leader or by any government. The time to change is now. Only by standing together and speaking out can we make a difference."
- Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

 

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Happy Thankgiving to all

On this Thanksgiving day and all through out the year, we are thankful to all our Fair Trade partners. They bring our designs to life in such a beautiful way. It is great to be here on this Earth to enjoy what life has to offer.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Welcome to Uchit!

The happy moment is here. Uchit is up and running!

It has been almost a year since the seeds for Uchit were sown. This past 'Uchit year' started off full of anticipation and optimism, was exhilarating throughout and continues to be fruitful and rewarding. I met several wonderful artisans, learned about their lives, needs and wants, got a glimpse of the traditional art of hand loom weaving, identified hand loom co-operatives to partner with, placed my first order and, after the delays caused by the record monsoon season in India ,this year received the beautiful items a couple of weeks ago. In the midst of which my career was rewritten and I am happy for it. 

In the next few weeks I am looking forward to presenting the amazing handwork of our wonderful artisan partners in the shop. Hope to see you there!


 

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