Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests

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Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
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Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests
Help Farmers Rear Silk Moths to Restore Forests

Project Report | May 27, 2022
Innovation and 8 paddle loom

By Mamy Ratsimbazafy | Project leader

New silk and raffia creations for IFAM
New silk and raffia creations for IFAM

Overview of the last three months :

During the last three months, SEPALI Madagascar has focus its objectives on the preparation of the IFAM ( International Folk Art Market) show that will take place in Santa Fe in July 2022.

The Innovation of the Sepali production for this year (2022) is the combination of the Raffia and wild silk to make new products such us wall hanging, table runner…

So far, all the raffia fibers  processed by Sepali came from Ambodivoangy community. Ambodivoangy is one of the 13 communities that work with Sepali Madagascar.

This year (2022), Sepali Madagascar has decided to relaunch the loom weaving program after three years interruption. Sepali staff has established a sustainable partnership with the villagers that grow Raffia trees.

As a target for 2022, Sepali’s villagers will provides 100 kilograms of raw raffia to Sepali.

1-             Wall-hanging design and creation :

The idea was to combine the raffia with wildsilk materials. Both materials are produced locally and harvested sustainably by the villagers. 

Hasina , making the one square meter wall hanging :
This products contains 16 meters of raffi ruban and 1 msq of Ceranchia silk

Hasina making her second design of wall hanging

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                              

Mario weaving on 8 paddle loom
Mario weaving on 8 paddle loom

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Dyeing with fruits, flowers, lichens and leaves

By Catherine Craig | President, CPALI

Jun 3, 2021
Gathering plant dyes and preparing IFAM

By Catherine Craig | President CPALI

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Location: Walla Walla, WA - USA
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Walla Walla , WA United States

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