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Threads of Life, Ubud

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  • Good place to look at and learn about the culture behind the weaving of Indonesia, but quite expensive for the common shopping. If you are an art collector, this place may be of interest to you. 
  • This was a good way to spend 15 minutes learning more about the art of textile weaving, batik printing and the overall cultural textile heritage across the different Indonesian islands/tribes. The pie...  more »
  • If beaches and Bali markets are full of memories (for the most part, made in China), there is a shop where everything is genuinely made by the best artisans of the island in Ubud. Threads of life is given to work to development and conservation of traditional skills, magnificent ikats, original objects, all prices.
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  • It was the last day of my trip and I happened to come across this boutique. It's usp is it promotes traditional art form of weaving and dying cloth. Technique which is passed on from generation to generation. Although I did not buy anything which I regret but I greatly admired the collection. I did pick up the brochure. This is a must place to visit.
  • Any lover of high quality hand made textiles will swoon upon entering this -air-conditioned- gallery. A wide variety of artisan works are available for fair prices. Fair, because this shop is the outlet for an NGO that goes across Indonesia to find master weavers, dyers, carvers etc, and recruits them to continue working with traditional materials, techniques and dyes. Additionally, should you not be able to make it to Sulawesi, say, there are videos documenting the artisans and the way they work. Don't miss it!
  • Its great place