Stitch by Stitch - Contemporary handmade textiles from India & Nepal

Contemporary handmade soft furnishings from India & Nepal

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SEWA embroiderer working on our Kukuben quilt.  From our Gujarati Embroidery Pinterest board.

SEWA embroiderer working on our Kukuben quilt.  From our Gujarati Embroidery Pinterest board.

We love Pinterest!  It's a fantastic way to share and discover visual information.

Whether you use Pinterest or not, we thought you might be interested to see the most popular pins from our website and Pinterest boards.  It's fascinating to see which images capture the imagination of others, and gives us a valuable insight into what really interests people about our textiles and the creative process behind them.

A montage of traditional Gujarati embroidery, by Graham Hollick.  From our Gujarati Embroidery Pinterest board.

A montage of traditional Gujarati embroidery, by Graham Hollick.  From our Gujarati Embroidery Pinterest board.

We use Pinterest not only to showcase our own products, but to tell the story behind our textiles and the people who make them.

Khamir patchwork quilt, made from organic cotton, showing the detailed hand-sewn kanthe stitching.  From our Maison et Objet board.

Khamir patchwork quilt, made from organic cotton, showing the detailed hand-sewn kanthe stitching.  From our Maison et Objet board.

In our blog, we often write about other people working with traditional global artisans, and creating contemporary decorative products.  Gone Rural is one such organisation, working with basket-weavers in Swaziland.  This inspired our popular Pinterest board, Basket weaving. 

Flouro Vases by Gone Rural, from our blog, and Basket Weaving Pinterest board.

Flouro Vases by Gone Rural, from our blog, and Basket Weaving Pinterest board.

Let us know if you have a Pinterest board, or a favourite Pin you'd like to share with us in the comments below!