Regenerating a Little-Known Silk and the People Who Make It
For generations, the Khasi people of Meghalaya have worn the rare, luxurious Eri silk with pride.
We are reviving the local age-old tradition of silkworm rearing, hand-spinning, and using natural dyes. New yarn varieties are emerging from the hands of our spinners. Meaningful work is helping local villages flourish.
Three Types of Yarn
A Regenertive Silk
Over the past decade, Eri Silk has come to the forefront with makers wanting to be more conscious about their yarn choice. You’ll love Muezart’s Eri Silk yarn. Because we believe it is a fiber has the smallest
Because raising Eri silkworms is a regenerative process. And because we only use natural dyes.
A Silk Yarn Like No Other
Feels Good On You
When you purchase a skein of Eri silk yarn you are saying yes to regenerating a Meghalaya tradition of women raising silkworms that form the beautiful white fluffy Eri silk cocoon. You can feel good about wearing the world’s most sustainable silk.