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This placemat woven by Lue artisans in Houeyhok village, in the Oudomxay province, features the chicken and flower motifs. The discontinuous supplementary weaving technique was used for this piece. Framed against a solid background, it can also be displayed as a work of art that it is! Lao textiles are
The subtle patterns and colours of the crab motif table runner is part of its appeal. The weft threads are made up of 6-8 ply threads, making this collection extremely durable and sturdy. Handwoven with 100% handspun and naturally grown cotton through our Village Weavers Project. Working from their home
We traveled to Lamam City in Sekong Province in southern Laos, specifically to work with the Kriang, accomplished backstrap weavers who work with heavy cotton yarns. Kriang textiles are incredibly durable and ready to handle anything. The Kriang use striped textiles for their tube skirts. Our collaboration with these artisans
Spruce up your interiors with this colourful, handmade cushion cover. Slightly larger than your standard cushion, this square 50x50cm cover features a center panel with traditional Tai Dam embroidery in a diamond pattern. The border and backing are made with handwoven cotton, dyed in dark red. The cover also features
Pretty and delicate, yet made with the invincible jungle vine, we give you a new variation on our zipper piet purse! Dip-dyed natural colours and contrasting cotton lining add extra dimension. And, speaking of dimension, this purse is slightly larger, making it perfect to use as an all-day clutch or
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