Berry // DEEP BURGUNDY / Habotai
Berry // DEEP BURGUNDY / Habotai
Berry // DEEP BURGUNDY / Habotai

Berry // DEEP BURGUNDY / Habotai


Stunning burgundy shade available only in our habotai silk. One of our most popular colours!

Please note there is more fray on the edges of this ribbon due to the length of dyeing time required to achieve the colour, and will continue to fray more (than our other colours), with more handling. 

*Does not include spools.

We aim to ship all orders within 2 working days. 

Please note that STANDARD shipping is UNTRACKED and can take up to 15 working days. If the order is urgent we highly suggest you UPGRADE to Courier which is TRACKED as we are not responsible for lost or delayed mail and cannot issue refunds based on this. Thanks guys!

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 my fav for wrapping around stationery and gift boxes but also the perfect companion to the Habotai silk, for bouquets. 

All our silk ribbons are 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 1 or so metres, 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 our ribbons are photographed in natural light however the colour may not be exactly what you see on your screen (we try our very best to match the true colour). There is also subtle colour changes with each ribbon depending on the light - which makes them even more stunning. There is also colour variation with each batch - If your order is a custom order (over 10 metres), please bear this in mind - Colours are never identical.