Tuesday, July 15, 2008

LOTUS League of Artisans

Hey, I'm back :) It feels like some 3000 yrs since I've posted. But here I am. I had no intention of posting today and this is unlike how I normally work, I'm in the middle of researching for a project that I'm working on & what do I stumble on? LOTUS by League of artisans whose goal is to use the League of Artisans platform to create sustainable livelihoods for underprivileged Indian artisans – particularly rural and women artisans – and thereby, improve their economic and living conditions. They do do this by providing business support to the artisan groups. And the result is a scrumptious array of the most tastefully done decor elements that are totally Indian in design and spirit.

Jaw dropping Gorgeous Bedding.


These have to be the most elegant applique and warli cushions I have ever seen. Happy making :)

They've got some really pretty Kalamkari stoles and journals among other interesting things. Do check the site and their rainge of products. They also have some sales going :)

17 comments:

bhumika said...

Hi Vineeta, welcome back :) These are lovely, especially the journals!

Btw, you'd be happy to know that motivated by your post on A'bad pols, i took a heritage walk of the old city. The result was finding a city within a city! Have posted a write-up alongwith loads of pics on my blog. Do check it out! :)

~ ॐ ~ said...

welcome the backs and this is indeed a lovely collection of things...

Arch at Rang said...

Lovely products!

Nice to see you active after a long break:-))

Arch

Deborah said...

Wow i love the use of colour. The combos are wonderfully fresh!

vineeta said...

Bhumika, Yes, I was so thrilled when I checked their site out! :)
ANd your post on A'bad was super! Lovely pics! and thanx so much for linking back to my post for pics :) You r the best :)

vineeta said...

Prashant, I am happy to be backs & you will be seeing me more oftens from now ons :)

Archana I cant tell you how happy I am to be posting again. It was awful to see my blog languishing like that :)

vineeta said...

Deborah, thats what I thought too. really elegant stuff :)

small talk said...

but not available in india?? :(

megha punater said...

that is a lovely collection.love the colours and the kalamkari work.

megha punater said...

you have a lovely blogsite,arch from rang suggested you to me i am glad she did.will keep coming back.

Calie Anderson said...

Hi Vineeta, What a beautiful find! I'd love to own many of those linens.

Thank you for all of your positive comments on my blog. It has truely been a pleasure getting to know you over this blogosphere!

I hope you have a wonderful day.

xo Calie

studio wellspring said...

yay ~ so glad to have you back! sometimes breaks are very necessary, but i'm glad you didn't make yours permanent. ;o)

vineeta said...

small talk,no I'm afraid, you can buy it online I believe.

Meghna, thanx for dropping by & for your appreciation :) Keep coming back.

vineeta said...

Calie, I feel similarly about finding you in the blogoshpere. And your journey inspires me.
Lotus LOA keep really brilliant stuff :)

vineeta said...

Angie, What can I say :) even I am glad the break ended sooner than later :) But all your encouraging comments will egg me on to post FAST now :)

Priyanka said...

Wow!! How do you find such beautiful things?!! I want the pink bed set. And the blue one..
;)

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