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Cream Green Crochet Bracelet

Sold by : Saanvi Home Shoppee 1.9/ 5

Shipping Cost :
  • Free shipping in India
  • 250 outside India
Estimated Delivery Time :
6-8 working days
SKU : JW00000168
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Need something funky to adorn your wrist? Craftsvilla brings you a wide selection of bracelets These bracelets will go with your Indian and western outfits both, and definitely enhance and add spunk to your outfit. Also knowing you are wearing something made with love by women in Bihar, which is a means to their self respect and livelihood adds a new dimension to the necklaces. Size: End to end length: 9 inches adjustable Art - Crochet is a process of creating fabric from yarn, thread, or other material strands using a crochet hook. The word is derived from the French word "crochet", meaning hook. Crocheting, is quite similar to knitting, it consists of pulling loops of yarn through other loops. Crochet differs from knitting in that only one loop is active at one time (the sole exception being Tunisian crochet), and that a single crochet hook is used instead of two knitting needles. Creating crochet jewellery is a painstaking process and involves a number of hours. A love of labour quite literally ! Region - Bihar is an eastern state of India. A state with one of the highest population below 25years. It has greatly progressed in the last decade. Culturally known for its paintings and weaving skills passed on from generations. Patna and Gaya in Bihar are known for seri culture and crochet work. Social Impact – At Craftsvilla we are dedicated to supporting the artisans, who have preserved our rich and diverse heritage and culture and are now finding it difficult to sustain it. We support them by providing them employment and bringing to the world their priceless art in the form of our products. Often we have been able to revive a form of art dying out, due to lack of funds and provide a source of income to countless families. Taking this one step further we have also established a Craftsvilla fund in support of these artisans.