Ambadas lives in Sholapur with his family of 6 members. After completing his bachelor in arts, he discontinued his studies due to his father’s health issues. His father is also a handloom Weaver since 1978, though he prepares sarees rather than wall hangings. Ambadas experiments with color combinations and work as per the market demands. Being a creative artisan, Ambadas uses his own ideas and sometimes, if needed, takes help from Weavers Service Centre Mumbai. Ambadas has trained 35 people through government support to keep this art alive. His son would also join him with his work sometime later.
Is learning to spin your own yarn an art or a skil! While we dont know the answer to that, learning to spin yarn is definitely theraupatic. It also supports weavers who weave our fabric.
In a world consumed by consumerism, how lovely it would be if we all know where our fabric comes from! If you would like to spin yarn from cotton, wear fabric woven from your yarn, then the Charakha workshop is just the thing.
Support the weavers amd spin your own yarn!
Join us for the Charakha workshop!
Next workshop date - 28th and 29th Dec 2023
For more details WA us at 6364665722