Again and again we find unusual textile products in Nepal and India that have been made into useful, fashionable or simply fascinating everyday objects: bags, bags, scarves made of painted or embroidered silk or in colorful brocade fabrics can always be found at PEMA OF TIBET.
Or we can make exclusively for you tissues, bags or bags!
HAND-MAKED TEXTILES OF "PEMA OF TIBET"
HAND PAINTED SILK IN TOP QUALITY FROM NEPAL
For years, in Kathmandu, we had entire clothing collections individually painted and sewn in silk. From this activity various branches have developed. Today we offer unique bags, practically every one of which is unique.
In Kathmandu numerous painters are trained, who could hardly find a worthwhile living in the traditional direction. Together with our partner Yak & Yeti, we have built up the infrastructure there, which makes it possible to hand-paint silk garments of the highest quality. It is possible that a very large amount of added value can be achieved exclusively by hand. The bags are usually designed by women according to their own design ideas from the sections of the clothing production.
FURTHER DEVELOPMENT OF TRADITIONAL ART CRAFTS IN NEW PRODUCTS
By implementing this further development, one can achieve better sales opportunities in customer groups, which would not be possible with traditional forms.
FELT PRODUCTS OF "PEMA OF TIBET"
FELT - MADE IN NEPAL
In close and sometimes difficult cooperation, we develop new products with our suppliers or transform existing ones into a collection adapted to our market. In recent years, we have developed a very nice selection of kitten and adult finches with neutral and animal motifs. Many models can be delivered to order also embroidered. But we also specialize in felt balls and cubes for jewelery production or for deco purposes.
PRODUCER INSIDE INFORMATION
For years, attractive finches, bags, blankets and ornaments have been "felted" in the factories of the Association for Craft Producers ACP in Nepal. The production is ideal for the introduction in the villages without existing infrastructure. Felting requires very few technical equipment and the production steps are easy to structure. In particular, women in the villages have the opportunity to earn some cash for the household during a few hours of the day. Since only water and little soap is used for the felting process, felt products are ecologically very well tolerated.
FELT WITH TRADITION IN TIBET AND NEPAL
Who does not know the colorful pictures of farmers and nomads of Tibet. If you take a look at a Tibetan woman in one of these pictures, you will often see red boots decorated with embroidery. These traditional shoes are made of felt, making them just one of many everyday felt products. Tibetan shepherds wear felt coats and felt mats are used to keep the beds warm. For felting the long-fiber sheep wool is used. By contrast, yak wool is made of ropes or woven fabrics, e.g. for tents.