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Threads of Life is a fair trade business that uses culture and conservation to alleviate poverty in rural Indonesia. The heirloom-quality textiles and baskets we commission are made with local materials and natural dyes. With the proceeds from the...more
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"Threads of Life" offers amazing educational experiences which help support their important work in creating co-operative sources of income and perpetuating knowledge of traditional arts. The workshop was fun and informative, and effectively reached participants with widely varying experience levels. Combined with a stay at...More
Our second visit to threads for life and once again we came away with several pieces which are of the very best quality. If you are looking to buy some unique and very special items and are prepared to pay the price (still very, very...More
Went to this shop on recommendations from Tripadvisor. It really is as excellent as the reviews say. We ended up buying a table runner, fan, and a sculpture. Everything is beautifully made and unique. Prices are not cheap but for the quality of the pieces...More
This shop is on a street that starts at downtown Ubud, but has no auto traffic, so the walk there is a pleasant one. You pass other art galleries on the way. In addition to art from Bali, they also have crafts from many other...More
A beautiful little shop; the products are all locally made and pricey but of very high quality. Tucked away on a side street, it is a world apart from the cheap mass-produced merchandise you find all over Ubud.
I love this place, such an amazing display of textile arts. Really beautiful so great to learn more about the lengthy process for creating these one off pieces. It's so wonderful to see that there are organisations such as this supporting the continuation of traditional...More
It was very gratifying to visit this shop and exhibition space to see authentic Indonesian textiles, in both traditional and contemporary styles that do not cater to Western tourists. The weavings, clothing, and baskets were all top-notch and of very high quality.
This is more up market than other Balinese stores with beautiful handmade handicrafts from all over Bali. It is well worth visiting this little shop and the people are very helpful in describing the various pieces and the process of making them
Response from WillIngram | Property representative |
Hi Chanda - it is possible to visit some of the places that weavers work - as the above says - Sideman and Tenganan are two such places. It takes more time and effort to get to any of the other areas we work as they are... More
Hi Chanda - it is possible to visit some of the places that weavers work - as the above says - Sideman and Tenganan are two such places. It takes more time and effort to get to any of the other areas we work as they are often very remote. Flores is quite accessible. Apologies for our late response but did not see this until now.