crafted by hands

fair trade purse

Simple & Stylish

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Woven Lovers

by Karen

fair trade bum bag

Grab & Go

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Small Bum Bag

For her & his

fair trade toy

Cute Elephant

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Red in Love

zoo time

fair trade hammock for spring

Peaceful Spring

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Spring is Here

For Peaceful Day

fair trade hammock for sunny day

Sunny Day

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Lovely Sundown

Holiday Mood

fair trade hammock for beach

Blue in Jungle

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hill tribes culture

Join the Weaving Class

We invite you to experience our traditional weaving class taught by local tribal women. No experience necessary, just a heart and passion to learn. You will be taught basic back-strap weaving techniques, and advanced weavers may learn a more detailed tribal pattern. In a separate class, you may learn how to thread and set up a traditional back-strap loom. At the end of your class, you will take home your woven work as a tangible memory of your time with us in Chiang Mai.

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chiang mai weaving class

fair trade producers

Brief background of Artisans

Traditionally the tribal people, now refer as fair trade producers Chiang Mai, have supported their families by engaging in slash and burn agriculture, which required them to move their village every few years in search of new fields when old ones lost their fertility. It is now no longer possible for them to continue this semi-nomadic lifestyle, as there are no new places to move on to.

Mainly for ecological reasons the Thai Government now prohibits the felling of trees and clearing of hillside land. Thus, the tribal people are finding ... Read more >

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