The Dreamweave wild silk fabrics are handwoven in Northeast India using three wild silks unique to the region: Muga, Eri, and Paat.
MUGA is a golden-yellow silk found only in the Brahmaputra Valley. It is extremely strong and durable, gaining more gloss and shine with every wash. It is highly valued for its unique natural golden color and is traditionally never dyed. Muga Ghicha is reeled with the waste of Muga, and is coarser in texture.
ERI is the most sustainable of all the silks. It is spun from shorter lengths of silk and the Eri moth is allowed to emerge from its cocoon and complete its natural lifecycle.
PAAT is a mulberry silk unique to the valley of the Brahmaputra. In its natural state Paat has a soft white sheen. Like other mulberry silks it can be easily dyed, although it is traditionally used only in its natural color.