Indigo Handloom helps revive the traditional textile arts of khadi (hand-spun yarn) and handloom weaving while supporting community development in rural India. They are committed to reducing the carbon footprint of the world of textiles. Everything is made on an ancient handloom and therefore requires no energy source. They use a variety of low-impact dyes. And support hundreds of weavers and their families, who create thousands of unique handwoven fabrics mostly in natural fibers such as silk, cotton, wool and linen. They specialize in weaving and dyeing techniques such as khadi, ikat, batik and jamdani. By choosing handloom fabrics over machine-milled fabric, you reduce the carbon footprint of your products by 30%. This choice also employs nine times as many people.