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MoralFibre helps create a sustainable world
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Mar '10
'I am very impressed with the quality of dressmaking. I have never ever seen such well made garments! Lucky You!,' said a Mum to a proud owner of MORALFIBRE's one of the 'Sunshade Tunics' in New Zealand.

After a successful pilot in New Zealand, MORALFIBRE is launching beautiful and light Tunics and Kaftans for children aged 1 to 6. They are lovely on the beach, in the house and as a casual wear.

Not only are they great for children, but they are good for the environment and for people. Made of 100 percent cotton, hand-spun, hand-woven 'almost carbon neutral 'fabrics, and stitched by a unit in India that gives work to physically challenged expert dressmakers.


About Moral Fibre:
By promoting the products and ethos 'energised by hands,' MORALFIBRE hopes to offer a real choice for people who want to look good as well as help create a sustainable world.

MORALFIBRE develops environmentally friendly fabrics and clothing based on hand-spun, hand-woven techniques of fabric (khadi) making and to make the process of fabric making socio–economically sustainable.

MORALFIBRE is set up to 'promote and sell' the MORALFIBRE label of fabrics, furnishings and clothing, locally and globally in home and health markets. It uses natural materials like cotton, silk and wool, to the highest specifications and quality.

'MORALFIBRE frees the environment from pollution and depletion. It frees people from poverty.'

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