If they had any fairy decency, the least they could do is to gather up some of that beautiful fabric and pay a visit on their less fortunate fellow creatures, the panas. Even form a support group: they've got the ready-made slogan - "Janas helping Panas".
If a Jana dies in childbirth, is the resulting creature called a --- drumroll please --- Japana?
Thank you, I'll be here all week. Please try the veal.
Janas are the Sardinian fairies. According to legend, they are small nocturnal creatures, that weave the most beautiful fabrics and bake the thinnest bread. They throw their long breasts behind their shoulders to feed orphans. Their immense treasure is protected by the dreadful muscas maceddas.