On my last trip to India, I discovered an inspired creative collective of women, the Disha Shekawati, led by Amrita Chaudhary who had a completely different motivation for “making with their hands”. Amrita founded Disha Collective to allow women in her area of India, Sujangarch, to become financially independent through their skill in bandhani, a characteristic tie and dye process with textiles. Amrita decided to work with the craftswomen to build on their skills and knowledge and rejuvenated traditional crafts, thereby creating a sustainable lifestyle for the women and their children.

Read more about Disha Shekhawati Women’s Collective in an interview that we had with the artist, by clicking here!

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  • Ozlem Indigo Cotton Hand Dyed Table Linen

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