These children's clothes are printed using natural dyes extracted from local plants and the land as they were collected from an area Dead Sea. This shirt is produced locally by women from Ghor Al-Safi. Made entirely of cotton (Available sizes: one year; three years; five years; seven years.) Colors and design can vary slightly from product to product. To learn about the prints and other colors available for this product, .
In 1999, a group of women from the local community in Ghor Al Safi Village came together under the idea of creating goods using natural dyes. This is how Safi Crafts was born. Pigments from vegetables – like the red of the pomegranate, the yellow bark of the eucalyptus tree, and the brown of the roots of the Alfawh plant – were used to create the dyes. Under supervision of specialists in the cultivation of the Nilea plant, which gives off a wonderful blue color, the women began to learn how to best use the pigments. Extracting the color depended on several factors, including the temperature of the water, and the concentration and duration of mixing the pigments. These women have proven not only to themselves, but also their community, that they can overcome the challenges facing women working in a rural society. They have demonstrated the capacity to work just as well as their male counterparts while supporting both themselves and their families.What distinguishes Safi Crafts from the competition is that every color you see on every product is made from 100% natural pigment. Even the way that the women color and decorate each product is unique, as it is...Read More