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Are the 90's back? Maybe. I've seen fannypacks - trackpants and tiny sunglasses which are worn on the tip of the nose. I guess - YES!  These fun hair ties are my newest idea to convert my business even more low waste minded. Usually I have plenty of odd cuts left over of dyed textile. These land on the pile "no waste - yet no project" 

 

I stumbled over those colorful pieces again and again until I thought of making these fluffy hair ties. Each tie is unique and one of a kind. Perfect for an individual gift or the perfect addition for your hip outfit.


Silk Scrunchie Avocado

  • made of dupion - wild silk scrubs 
  • wild silk is  caterpillar friendly 
  • origin of the silk : india 
  • woven in : india
  • avocado seeds and skins are being used for the soft rosé color
  • the elastic inside is made of organic rubber (from Malaysia) and organic cotton (from Turkey)
  • hand sown scrunchie by atelier.von

 

 

All natural dyes can show uneven dye results. This is part of the process and an indicator for the uniqueness of each dye. 

Scrunchie Avocado

7,50 €

  • Limited Availability
  • 4 - 8 days delivery1

Cotton Scrunchie Light Indigo

  • organic cotton soft double muslin
  • raw material from Turkey
  • woven in Turkey
  • Indigo is part of the plant family Indigofera Tinctoria. The most common plant to produce the deep blue dyes. The pigments have to be fermented in a vat to last on fabrics. I chose the 1-2-3 method which uses fructose and pickling lime. Two kitchen indgridents. 
  • the elastic inside is made of organic rubber ( from Malaysia) and organic cotton ( from Turkey) 
  • hand sown by atelier.von

 

 

All natural dyes can show uneven dye results. This is part of the process and an indicator for the uniqueness of each dye. 

Scrunchie Light Indigo

7,50 €

  • Limited Availability
  • 4 - 8 days delivery1

Cotton Scrunchie Dark Indigo

  • organic cotton soft double muslin
  • raw material from Turkey
  • woven in Turkey
  • Indigo is part of the plant family Indigofera Tinctoria. The most common plant to produce the deep blue dyes. The pigments have to be fermented in a vat to last on fabrics. I chose the 1-2-3 method which uses fructose and pickling lime. Two kitchen indgridents. 
  • deeper color is due to the several dipings into the dye bath
  • the elastic inside is made of organic rubber ( from Malaysia) and organic cotton ( from Turkey) 
  • hand sown by atelier.von

 

 

All natural dyes can show uneven dye results. This is part of the process and an indicator for the uniqueness of each dye. 

Scrunchie Dark Indigo

7,50 €

  • Available
  • 4 - 8 days delivery1

Silk Scrunchie Japanese Indigo

  • made of dupion - wild silk scrubs 
  • wild silk is  caterpillar friendly 
  • origin of the silk : india 
  • woven in : india
  • Japanese Indigo is also called persicaria tinctoria is a plant with the unique blue pigment. It grows in our garden and I yield a soft teal color with simply salt and fresh leaves of the plant. Thats it - no additional chemicals. 
  • the elastic inside is made of organic rubber (from Malaysia) and organic cotton (from Turkey)
  • hand sown scrunchie by atelier.von

 

All natural dyes can show uneven dye results. This is part of the process and an indicator for the uniqueness of each dye. 

Scrunchie Japanese Indigo

7,50 €

  • Available
  • 4 - 8 days delivery1