A lovely warm scarf is such a wardrobe essential in Autumn and Winter, and the gorgeous Bleep Scarf ticks all the boxes.
Made in New Zealand from a luxe blend of possum, merino wool and silk, the Bleep Scarf features a classic rib knit, and is the perfect length for twirling around your neck without having to tie yourself in knots.
Available in a great range of colours, the Bleep Scarf is great for both males and females, so you can always share (or not!).
Hand crafted in Tasmania, these beautiful paper inspired earrings by local artist Little Lari feature silver on one side and copper on the other.
Choose from the paper curl or a paper fold. Email us for a photo of what we have in stock as no two pairs are the same.
Everyone needs a kiss and a hug. You can wear your heart on your ears with the signature Little Lari Kiss Hug earrings.
Choose to have a silver kiss and hug or a gold kiss and hug.
- Silver, recycled sterling silver, these small studs are super cute and make a great present to let someone special know that you care.-
- The gold kiss and hug is made from sterling silver with 24ct gold leaf laid on top. The gold leaf is very delicate and does respond well to being rubbed or scratched- treat kindly and be gentle.
Each pair of Conscious Step socks is uniquely designed, ethically manufactured and partnered with a first-class non-profit to fund impact for the world’s biggest challenges - the United Nations Millennium Development Goals.
Crafted from the highest quality GOTS organic cotton for an unbelievable comfort that is as soft on your feet as it is on the environment.
Features a seamless 168 needle thread count and reinforced heels and toes for durability, and an embroidered impact emblem to remind you how you’re changing the world.
Manufactured in Fair Trade certified conditions to ensure safe working conditions and fair wages for all workers involved.
Socks that treat HIV - women empower other women by providing three days of HIV treatment for an expectant mother through Conscious Step’s impact partner, UNAIDS.
Socks that Fight Hunger - For the women determined to care for others. Each pair provides three therapeutic food packs to malnourished children through Conscious Step’s impact partner, Action Against Hunger.
Socks that Give Water - For the woman who understands that water is life. Each pair provides 9 months of safe water for a person in need through Conscious Step’s impact partner Water.org.
Socks that Plant Trees - Each pair provides resources to Conscious Step's impact partner Oxfan.
Socks that Treat Malaria - Each pair of these socks helps to fight for a world without malaria, with Conscious Step's impact partner Malaria No More.
Socks for Ocean Protection - Eachh pair of these socks provides resources needed to preserve and restore the world's oceans, with Conscious Step's impact partner Oceana.
Ruth Evenhuis Design
Hand made in Hobart, Tasmania, from recycled silver, the Rock Pool Earrings have been inspired by the gorgeous wobbly shapes found in and around rockpools.
Hand made from 100% recycled sterling silver, and given a textured steel brush finish, no two earrings are exactly the same, making each pair completely unique.
Ruth Evenhuis Design
Show your love for Tasmania with these studs and necklace. Hand made from 100% recycled silver, these cute little islands are each unique and may wiggle and wobble slightly differently to each other.
Made in Hobart, Tasmania
I love this state and I'm sure you do too, which is why I've decided to donate $2 for every sold pair of Tassie Earrings to EDO Tasmania. ecoHaven is proud to support Ruth and her sales of her Tasmanian designed product.
About Environmental Defenders Office Tasmania:
EDO Tasmania is a community legal service providing expert information and advice to individuals and groups throughout Tasmania. EDO assists with a range of environmental and planning matters, including forestry, development activities, coastal protection, water management, marine farming, mining, climate change adaptation and the protection of cultural heritage.
EDO's aim is to improve awareness of rights and responsibilities regarding resource management, and to help the community to secure better, long-term environmental outcomes.
To find out more, head to the EDO website.