out in the middle on nowhere, somewhere near jaipur in india but far from home, there is a small town that still prints with mud and then indigo dyes the fabric. not many people left doing this trade, not many at all. let me introduce you to some of them.


  1. February 5, 2015 / 10:45

    Oh my goodness, what wonderful photos!! I just love the colours and the intricate patterns of the fabrics, so wonderful to see this way of printing being done. I would want to bring so much fabric back with me.

  2. February 5, 2015 / 14:01

    I am loving seeing the photos of your recent adventures.

    • March 14, 2015 / 19:47

      really fab to get out of the factories and into the villages

  3. February 5, 2015 / 19:31

    Fascinating. I love your photography, it makes me feel as if I am there with you which I really wish I was πŸ™‚

  4. February 5, 2015 / 20:18

    Loved this post V. Such gorgeous pictures. I did A-Level textiles so this was right up my street. Only wish I had carried it on! πŸ™‚

    • March 14, 2015 / 19:49

      you can always go back! surprisingly i didn’t do a level but didn’t a foundation course and fell in love with textiles. i then follwed that up with a degree in weaving, i know!

  5. February 5, 2015 / 21:13

    The photos are splendid, I won’t lie I’m falling for the fabrics, especially how they make them. Beat mass produced trott anytime

  6. February 6, 2015 / 05:28

    Oh my days, Vanessa. I hope you’re going to publish a photography book one of these days. These are just beautiful.

    • March 14, 2015 / 19:50

      don’t be daft then i would have to learn something about photography rather than depending on my iPhone

  7. February 6, 2015 / 19:26

    Wow Vanessa! Beautiful photos! Thank you for showing us the world.

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