The strength of our workshop is the community of women who come every day, from various parts of town. With no formal training in textile or crafts, their eagerness and enthusiasm builds the foundation for our initial training process. They learn and practice the rhythmic, repetitive and meticulous activity of knotting, weaving and stitching. This practice and the joy of creating handmade products nurtures a nascent feeling of empowerment that each of these women had, but didn’t know how to use.
With a dedication to handicrafts and an aim to re-discover life’s opportunities, the sisterhood of like-minded women come together to be empowered and inspire others. Each of these urban artisans individually craft a product and also participate in the regular functioning of the workshop by understanding the material, costs and design methods.
Our workshop is a place of creativity where we celebrate craftsmanship and teamwork.
We are committed to building confidence and self-sustenance among economically-challenged urban and rural women. An identity of a maker, a creative artisan, an empowered women.
These are Bhavnaben, Dakshaben, Gitaben, Hansaben, Jasuben, Jayashreeben, Kailashben, Kajalben, Lakshmiben, Madhuben, Meenaben, Monikaben, Muktaben, Neeruben, Nitaben, Pinaben, Pushpaben, Rakhiben, Ranjanben, Rupalben, Sangeetaben, Seemaben, Sejalben, Sumitraben, Ushaben, Vaishaliben, Varshaben and more.
Each product is individually crafted by women artisans at our workshop who are skillfully trained.
We ensure sustainable, responsible consumption of resources and production of goods
and make conscious choices while working with natural materials and instilling plastic free packaging.
We celebrate hands that weave, knot, tie, cut, stitch, dye, design, organise and create. Proudly made in India