Trace back: Series no 3001 of oversized pure cotton stoles made with traditional hand loom weaving techniques and crafts still practiced by master artisans in the desert of India. Sustainable cotton stole made with crafts protected under geographical indication 174 given to unique handwoven textiles of Kachchh.
Trace back series no 1003: subtly patterned white-on-white pure wool stoles. As if achieving such a striking design with a single shade of yarn wasn't demanding enough, the artisan unleashes more hidden power from his entire family of craftswomen and men with his own contemporary take on an otherwise very ornate regional mirror work.
An outline of the long but highly rewarding process of dying pure sheep and goat wool with natural indigo. Behind-the-scenes of developing series no 1002 in collaboration with our master artisan partners. The series, featuring six handmade pure wool throws dyed with natural indigo, highlights why you should cherish your natural indigo textiles.
Series no 1001 features multipurpose handloom textiles created with especially sourced hand-spun yarn, which results in a unique texture and exceptional warmth. Hand woven for the local pastoralists, these six especially commissioned Kachchh shawls are durable, all-natural and sustainable. The interdependence between the weavers, pastoralists and farmers of Kachchh, made their lives, not just financially, but also socially and environmentally sustainable.