Global Textile Safari

would you like to be listed in the global textile safari ?  Hand Woven, Natural Dyes, textile crafts, local textile markets, mom-pop  enterprises, weaving cooperatives, old world, traditional, handmade, encouraged. contact: anroshbATymail.com

INDIA

All India Artisans and Crafts Welfare Association

Indian Handloom Cluster

Crafts Council of India

Handloom Export Promotion Council of India

Textiles

Assam

Aagor Daagra Afad, Rowmari.

Gujrat

Bodhi

Kala Raksha

Gaatha

Maharashtra

Central Cottage Industries Emporium, Bombay/Mumbai.

Mora.,  a 1000 fireflies the blog

Matsya .,  Matsyacrafts, the blog

Andhra Pradesh

Daram, Hyderabad.

Dastakar Andhra, Hyderabad

Himachal Pradesh.

Kullu Karishma, Kulu

Bhuttico

Tamil Nadu

Brass  Tacks, Madras/Chennai.

Uttarakhand

Kilmora

Avani

Madhya Pradesh

Rehwa

Women’s Weave

West Bengal

Weavers Studio, Calcutta/Kolkatta

Orissa

Textile Tours of Orissa

Karnataka

Santhanalakkshmi

Image  : Textile Map of India

Indian Handicrafts/textiles  ONLINE.

Aporv

Tilonia

Alcha

Blogs and More

Seema Krish in Boston blog and more

Tiggy Rawling in Dorset, a  blog

Indian Saris, a blog

Fibercopia

Million Little stitches

Embroidery Tutorials

Maiwa Hand Prints

Note : local markets have mom and pop shops that sell many traditional  textiles and crafts. Most of them do not have websites. It is best to enlist the help of a localite to know where what is best.

Bloggers write on local markets

West Bengal

Shantiniketan Haat, Calcutta.

Andhra Pradesh

Weavers Workshop at Dargah Hussain Shah Wali, Hyderabad.

Nagaland

Weaves and More at the Hornbill festival

ZAMBIA

Tribal Textiles

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7 Responses to “Global Textile Safari”

  1. nagu September 1, 2009 at 8:00 am #

    like to know more

  2. hemant sethia October 25, 2009 at 7:30 am #

    we are manufacturer of hand block printed fabric and sarees and dress materail . our units are located at sanganer and bagru near jaipur , rajasthan india . we have india largest hand block printing facilities in vegetable and natural dyes at bagru . we can contribute and share lot of information related to hand block prints .

    thanks

    hemant sethia
    9322666619

  3. Scott December 11, 2009 at 4:36 pm #

    Hi… very nice blog!

    If you don’t already know about this, take a look.

    http://www.philamuseum.org/exhibitions/364.html

    A really great show !

    Regards,

    Scott

  4. indianyarn (anrosh) December 24, 2009 at 4:41 pm #

    Thanks Scott

  5. vinita October 13, 2011 at 5:39 am #

    It an amazing blog.id like to introduce myself .i am Vinita passary residing in hyderabad creative director for contemporary fashion store anonym which deals in clothing from designers artisans and weavers.
    We also are now working with ikats extensively to create clothing for men women kids.hoping to launch it in jan2012.would like to keep in touch my mail id is vinita.passary@gmail.com

    • indianyarn October 16, 2011 at 5:36 pm #

      Welcome Vinita

  6. Maya Sara Matthew November 29, 2013 at 9:38 pm #

    Delighted to see Million LIttle Stitches included in the list of Textile bloggers. Thank you.

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