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16 Godwin Cres
Whanganui, Manawatu-Wanganui, 4500
New Zealand

+64 [0]27 589 7047

The Haberdashery is an online store stocking a large range of quality natural cloth, yarn, threads, ribbons, buttons, along with patterns and handmade collectables. The Haberdashery has all the things you need to make your own garments and heirloom projects. We only stock products which have come from sustainable and ethical sources from the UK, Europe and USA. We honour the artisans and the makers and are here to supply beautiful quality materials for them.

Organic silk ribbon 'Muted Champagne'


Buttons, ribbons, lace, embellishments for dressmaking.

Organic silk ribbon 'Muted Champagne'


Organic silk ribbon 'Muted Champagne'

from 58.00

Feather & Stone's gorgeous muted champagne silk ribbon with blush undertones. Available in both Habotai or Tabby Silk.


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Both from the finest Mulberry silk, Tabby silk is a beautifully delicate, soft and sheer silk - lighter in weight than the Habotai silk and the edges fray more easily. This finer silk is gorgeous for wrapping around stationery and gift boxes but also the perfect companion to the Habotai silk, which is a little heavier & thicker, for bouquets and decor. 

Tabby         25mm x 5m
Habotai      55mm x 5m
All Feather & Stone silk ribbons are handmade in NZ, each ribbon is hand dyed using natural and local plant materials. Bias cut is ribbon or "tape" that has been produced by cutting directly from bolts of fabric diagonally along the bias. The result is a beautiful and flexible ribbon that drapes and stretches nicely making it the perfect wedding accessory for bouquets, stationery, cutlery, chairs etc. Bias silk ribbon has a seam every 1m or so, as this is how it is constructed. The edges are unfinished, but will not unravel. You can however create a soft frayed look by running your fingers very slightly on the edges. 

All of the ribbons are photographed in natural light however the colour may not be exactly what you see on your screen. There is also subtle colour changes with each ribbon depending on the light - which makes each one unique and stunning!