For the first time visitor, India can be overwhelming. So many decisions, lots of noisy and so much colour you don’t know where to look. 👀
Our tours allow you to enjoy the experience with like minded ladies in a safe, small group. We’ll handle the logistics. We’ve found amazing experiences and places to visit, great restaurants and comfortable places to stay.
If India is on your bucket list, give me a call to chat.
Don’t miss this exciting opportunity! We have 3 tours for early 2020 open for booking. 🙋🏼♀️
I’m somewhat of an extroverted introvert 💁♀️... Or an introverted extrovert 🤷♀️😅 I love people and learning about cultures but I’m also a homebody. 🛌 I love to visit different places and experience new things but I’m also a little bit of a scaredy cat 🙀 so I LOVE these books! And will slowly add more to my library. 📗+📕+📘=📚🤓 I am thrilled to receive them from @thrumsbooks
that I won in a @fiberartnow
giveaway 📚🥳✈️ #fiberart
Do something you love everyday......time for me to start a new embroidery project!
Kit by @flyingfishkits
Can you visit Morocco without buying a rug? 🤣 Let’s find out?!
Our October tour has 2 places left! ✈️🇲🇦✈️ Link in profile!
Leaving Colombia today and saw this beautiful painting at the hotel - what could be more beautiful than birds, baskets and cherries?! #textiletraveler
Yesterday we stumbled into the beautiful world of @hechizoo
who designs beautiful art and has traditional Colombian craftspeople interpret his work and weave his beauty. I can’t wait to return to see his workshop and see all of his threads! Gracias Jorge! #textiletraveler
Just a flock of sheep I found in Cartagena that will be made into tree ornaments for our upcoming holiday pop-up shop on Sunday, December 2nd at French General. #textiletraveler
I got up early today - to beat the heat - and to be able to sit with this craftsman. #textiletraveler
Walking through the streets of Cartagena with my traveling mate JC. #textiletraveler
I’m digging deep to find more hand-made woven inspiration - saw these small stacking baskets at the market #textiletraveler
I will return to Cartagena just for the beautiful people - so gracious and friendly. #textiletraveler
Early mochila bags handmade by the Wayuu and Kogi weavers in the Sierra Nevada area of Colombia. Each bag is woven by hand and said to carry the positive desires that the woman imparts into it during its creation. #textiletraveler
The traditional Colombian hat - seen while out looking for treasures today... #textiletraveler
The color in Cartagena is so vibrant - everywhere you look there is inspiration! #textiletraveler
Weaving inspiration seen at the textile and costume museum in Candelaria. #textiletraveler
Landed in Bogota yesterday and I’ve already fallen in love with the colors! #textiletraveler