Eco Row Counter Bracelet Kit

Eco Row Counter Bracelet Kit
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Price: $24.95
Product ID : ERC-2400
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Eco Row Counter Bracelet Kit

9 beautiful colors available

Each kit comes in a beautiful & reusable handmade Eco Monarch Butterfly print box (3" x 3"x 1.5"), made of 100% PCW paper & hemp fiber, that you can reuse after you finish the bracelet. The bead samples wrapped around the box with hemp are part of the kit. The inner bead packaging is made of sustainable & biodegradable clear cellulose. Never plastic!

All kits are Vegan except for Candy which includes **Cochineal dyed tagua beads

The colors are pictured left to right as follows:

River Rocks (ice, rootbeer, amber, olive moss, cafe, charcoal, natural tagua & sterling silver)

Rainforest (deep moss, olive moss, orange embers, natural tagua & sterling silver)

India (aubergine purple, amber, palomino gold tagua, natural tagua & sterling silver)

Vineyard (aubergine purple, ruby, olive moss, amber, rootbeer, natural tagua & sterling silver)

Sea Glass (ice, sea glass aqua hues, natural tagua & sterling silver)

Candy (ruby, orange embers, moss green, teal blue, rich berry pink tagua, natural tagua & sterling silver)

Tortoise (tortoise, rootbeer, amber, ice, ruby, natural tagua & sterling silver)

Desert (ice & peach recycled glass, natural, palomino gold, olive, cafe, dusty pink tagua & sterling silver)

Sunset (teal blue, soft turquoise, orange embers, natural tagua & sterling silver)

Each kit comes with Black Organic Cotton Yarn & a beautiful mix of Recycled Glass, Tagua, Very Vintage Sterling Silver Beads & Instruction

The size of the beads can and will vary making each bracelet unique.

This simple crochet chain stitch kit is extremely easy & fun to do. The bracelet is not only eco, but both functional & beautiful.

They make great gifts.

As with all of our beads there are no chemical dyes added or finishes used. The only sterling silver we use is either recycled or in this case reused from old vintage pieces of jewelry.

NOTE: **We strive to be as Vegan as possible, but we also feel strongly about the environment at the same time. To use the red dye the cochineal are picked off of cacti, a food source, that is continually decimated by these insects, and then dried. Intervention to prevent withering of the cacti is a normal part of life in Peru and the dye itself is a cultural part of the Peruvian Indian heritage. We would much prefer bringing you a natural dye under these circumstances rather than a chemically synthetic one. We are looking into Madder as a possible red substitute, but Madder can be rare and hard to find in Peru until the Peruvian Indians start to re-cultivate it based on demand. We hope that this will happen in the near future. We are always looking for and supporting better solutions for a perfect Environmental & Vegan balance in everything that we do.

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