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All-Natural and Sustainable Eri Silk Yarn & Fibers for makers who love to create

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Regenerate a little-known silk and the women who make it

You love creating. You cherish skills passed down… grandmothers to mothers. Mothers to sons and daughters. This is our story too. ​Yet, there’s so much that has disappeared, and a lot that will soon.

We’re changing that!

We're connecting conscious makers like you to our Eri silk fiber and traditions.​

Muezart Makers

We Are Writing To You From Meghalaya

The Home of Eri Silk

About Meghalaya

Special Facts About Eri Silk

Ever heard of the No-itch Woolly Silk?

Eri Silk is a natural yarn that is super soft, keeps you warm in winter (without the ‘woolly itch’), and cool in summer. This is due to the entire process being completely natural without the use of any toxic chemicals. Hence, it is hypoallergenic which is tender to the skin by being soft and comfy.

Go all-natural

Eri silk fiber is a protein, a naturally occurring substance. This naturalness is retained all through the processing steps – all hand-crafted – right up to spinning and weaving.
Muezart’s Eri silk is hand-dyed naturally too - using only nature given ingredients

Imagine your creations being passed down for generations

Eri silk, a strong and sturdy silk. It is known as heirloom silk. Why? Because the original process is an age old one. From eggs to Eri silk fiber – all hand-made using techniques passed down from generations.

Eri Silk Is A Regenerative Silk Everyone Is Talking About

Process of Rearing Eri Silkworms

The process of rearing Eri silk

With Our Eri Silk You Can Do:

1. Knitting
2. Weaving
3. Crocheting
4. Spining
5. Felting
6. Blending with other fibers
7. Carding
8. And others like Paper making, soap making etc.

Knitting With Eri Silk Yarn Wool

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Women Spinning Eri Silk

The Industrious Women Behind Eri Silk

The women who raise the silkworms process, spin, dye, and weave with this surprisingly different fiber. The silkworm farming is done in village homes using traditional methods. These ancient traditions will die without regeneration and expanding markets for Eri silk. Our weekly newsletter shares behind the scenes.

Impacting Remote Villages

We are on a mission to introduce silkworm rearing to remote villages. The Eri silk cocoon is a high value, easy to carry, light weight product.

When You Buy Eri Silk 3 Things Happen:

1. 100% Natural

You buy into a circular economy by using a slow-made Eri silk fiber sustainably produced in a Meghalaya village.

2. Preserving Tradition

Your purchase regenerates a Meghalaya tradition of women weavers who raise cocoons, hand spin yarn, and naturally dye the world’s most sustainable silk.

3. Flourish Locally with Makers

Join us in our efforts to create positive change through conscious business. Come visit us and experience this change with our team of entrepreneurs.

Some Creations Our Customers made from our Eri Silk

Crocheted Shrug

This shrug was crocheted using our 15/3 Natural Dyed Eri Silk yarns by Sugandha

Crocheted Bow Scarf

This bow scarf was made using our 15/3 Natural Dyed Eri Silk yarn by Aaheli.

Eri Silk Stole

This stole was made using our15/3 Natural Dyed Eri Silk yarn by Shree Roy Choudhury.

Eri Silk BEanie

Reversible Eri Silk Beanie

This Beanie was made from 2 skein of 15/3 Natural Dyed Eri Silk yarn.

Eri Silk Scarf

Spring Cowl

This Cowl was made from 1 skein of 15/3 Natural Dyed Eri Silk yarn.

Color Block Striped Scarf

This Scarf was made from 3 skein of 15/3 Natural Dyed Eri Silk yarn.

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