Important Information

Product and Material

Our raw material takes into account the region’s climate scenario – water scarcity – and produces yarns that do not undergo a dyeing process. In addition to maintaining the Guaranteed Purchase Agreement with the farmers, which generates commitment and economic and social development.

The products are exclusive pieces developed by weavers and artisans. Each weave is woven on mechanical and manual looms with handcrafted techniques that, in dialogue with design innovation, generate exclusive products for decoration aimed at a refined look at aesthetics and a commitment to sustainable development.
The Local Productive Arrangement includes traditional communities such as Quilombos and farmers in rural settlements.

Natural Organic Colored Cotton is the result of family farming, planted in agrarian reform settlements and in quilombola communities. It is grown from the purchase guaranteed, directly from the farmer, without the presence of commercial intermediaries, which guarantees a fair price for both the farmer and the buyer. It is born with color, does not need irrigation or dyeing, saving 87.5% of water compared to artificially colored fabrics. The fiber was developed by Embrapa Algodão through agroecological cultivation. In this system, it is not allowed to use insecticides, herbicides, fungicides and other industrialized chemical inputs capable of polluting the soil and water. With this, the farmer does not handle toxic products harmful to health and the environment.

Recycled Cotton is the answer to one of the main problems today: the generation of waste. Result of an industrial recycling process, cotton is shredded from leftovers and scraps from the clothing industry, already separated by color, avoiding dyeing and saving water in the process. This residue is used in the production of new yarns which, to gain strength, are spun again with yarn from PET bottles. Emerging a sustainable and resistant fabric. The energy savings in the production of recycled cotton is 76% and the reduction of CO2 emissions is 71%.

The parts of your hammock

Our hammocks are made up of many details! Shall we learn their name?

  1. Handle/Fist: This is the end of the net, where we hang it from the hook. The handle is 100% handmade by our artisans.
  2. Macramé rope: made with twists of the fabric itself, it joins the wrist and the mamucaba.
  3. Mamucaba: The mamucaba straps support the hammock. They are not mandatory, but the more mamucabas, the more weight the net can handle. The mamucabas are also made by hand.
  4. Body: The body of the net is made of ecological fabric produced on mechanical looms.
  5. Macramé finishes: The handmade macrame typology is made with the intertwining of threads forming various knots and designs.
  6. Fringe: The charm of the hammock! The balconies have several handcrafted typologies, such as macramé, crochet and others. All handmade.

How to fold your hammock?

Don’t know how to store your hammock? Let’s learn how to fold it, so it’s much easier to store away from dust and keep the house organized.

Do the work as a team, call a friend to help you.
Place the fringe inside the hammock.
Fold the body of the net twice vertically.
Put the handle/fist, ropes, mamucaba inside.
Find the two ends, forming a large rectangle.
Fold in half one more time.

How to wash your hammock?

You can wash your Hammock in the washing machine! Let’s go step by step:

To wash:

  1. Prepare the network:
  • Place the handle/fist, ropes, and mamucaba inside the hammock.
  • Fold the body of the hammock at its ends. (Do not fold in half)
  1. Gently tie a few points of the already folded net with a string so that the fold does not come loose in the middle of the wash.
  2. Fit the hammock around the basket
  3. Put your machine on the hand wash or gentle cycle
  4. Use mild soap and do not use bleach.
  5. Wash only the hammock, this avoids damage with the friction of other fabrics and prevents stains.

To dry:
You can rig it right on the hook and put some wood on it to leave it open.
Or hang it normally on the clothesline. Always dry in the dark. Do not use a tumble dryer.

If you want to iron your net, the iron base must have a maximum of 100ºC so as not to damage the fabric.

Important: Do not dry clean.

Ideal space for your hammock.

The ideal space size to accommodate your hammock is 3 meters for a standard 4 meter hammock.

Ideally, the hooks should be installed at 1.90 meters from the floor, however in small spaces the hook may be lower, just remember to position the hooks so that the net hangs at least 40 cm from the floor.

Ideal space for your hammock chair

The ideal size to accommodate your 1m25m wooden chair hammock is 1.60m. If the wood is 1 meter, the space to accommodate it decreases to 1.35 m.

The ceiling height should leave your hammock at least 40cm off the floor.

For installation, the hook must be installed in masonry or strong wooden lashing. Remembering that it is not possible to install on a plaster ceiling.

The correct position to sleep in a hammock

Who doesn’t like the swing of the hammock to take that nap? But pay attention to the position! We also care about your comfort and well-being!

Avoid sleeping in the same direction as the hammock, with your feet towards one wrist and your head towards the other. The ideal is to lie down diagonally, at an angle of 30 degrees, in order to get a flat lay! So you enjoy every moment with health and safety!