Inspiration

The Handmade Textiles of Bangladesh

What do you think when you see the phrase “Made in Bangladesh”? Since big brands began producing fast fashion apparel there, this nation of 163 million people h...

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The Kaili Embroidery Market

Embroideries, vintage costumes, braided ribbons, and more—Sharon de Lyster reports on crafts at the Kaili Embroidery Market in China’s Guizhou Province....

Miao Trims & Accessories

From folded-cloth piecework, to couched braid embroidery, jacquard weaving, and the making of silver plaques, the Miao people of Guizhou, China continue to practice their heritage crafts and maintain traditional lifestyles. ...

Mashiko Pottery
Past And Present

The Kindcraft explores the legacy of Mengei folk art movement potter Shoji Hamada, and looks at modern-day ceramics in Mashiko, Japan....

Japan’s Indigo Textiles

Explore Japan's ancient indigo textile traditions through a visit to an Edo-era dye house called the Higeta Indigo House in Mashiko, Japan and an exhibition about boro patchwork textiles at the Amuse Museum in Tokyo....
The Kindcraft x In Clay Ceramics Collection

Collaboration:
The Kindcraft x
InClay Studio Pottery

For our newest Maker Collaboration we worked with Jirawong Wongtrangan at InClay Studio Pottery in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Read the story about our process and shop the Milk White Collection of handmade ceramics....

London Craft Week 2016

Read about nine events that happened at London Craft Week 2016 including embroidery, psaligraphy, glass blowing, and a thought-provoking discussions among designers Hussein Chalayan and Alice Temperley about the role of craft and industry....
Garment Workers in Bangladesh

Three Years After
Rana Plaza
An Interview with Nawshin Khair

It has been three years since Bangladesh's Rana Plaza garment factory collapse on April 24th, 2013. The Kindcraft interviewed Fashion Revolution's Bangladesh country coordinator Nawshin Khair to ask her for a status update on the lives of Dhaka's garment workers....