This is a new venture by Rachel Joseph in response to the many customer’s who asked if she could take them along on one of her trips to India with them.
The first trip is a textile and heritage tour of Gujarat. This is a 9-day tour taking in some the most spectacular crafts still being produced in small villages on the way up to Bhuj where the Ajrak printers are located. It includes a safari into the desert region of Kutch and the salt lakes of the Great Ram where migratory pelican’s and flamingo’s congregate.
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The Second is a Workshop exploring the craft of Dabu - mud resist block printing using vegetable dyes with an emphasis on indigo dye.This is now being scheduled for Sept/oct 2020It is a chance to learn this ancient art of printing with mud and work with our in house printer's who produce our fabric's for The House of Eunice. It is a 6 day workshop including a day off in the middle to visit Bridgette Singh in her printing sheds and explore the Amber fort. The workshop will hosted by Rachel Eunice's personal mentor and printer of 35 years Raj Panwar and will be assisted by Rachel Eunice. click on the link below to check out the full itinerary.
Have any questions? Message Rachel directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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