The 'Creative Women' Ribbons Collection

By: Tiana Reid - Published: Mar 27, 2013 • References: &
Perhaps too obviously, Creative Women 'Ribbons' collection comes from a social business that works with women in order to design and sell textile and handicraft products. It's part of a larger thrust of North American businesses working in other countries, for various reasons -- some more explicit than others.

Creative Women is based in Grand Isle, Vermont and works with studios in a range of countries including Ethiopia, Swaziland, Afghanistan, Senegal, Mali, Bolivia and Peru. The company was founded about nine years ago and comes out with new ranges such as the Creative Women 'Ribbons' collection now and again. More specifically, this one includes an expansion on their other ranges, this time, with a summer tinge: for instance, Rahel Scarf, Ribbon Placemats and Gray Stripes Tablecloth.

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