Hilltribehouse

Hmong Indigo batik cotton and hemp fabric

Chiang Mai, Thailand 483 Sales On Etsy since 2013

5 out of 5 stars (85)

Hilltribehouse

Hmong Indigo batik cotton and hemp fabric

Chiang Mai, Thailand | 483 Sales

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Pimjutha Purvis

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Pimjutha Purvis

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Welcome to Hilltribehouse ETSY online shop.

We offer a unique range of Hand woven / loomed Hmong hemp and cotton fabrics that can be used in your own craft projects to make table runners, pillows, bedspreads etc.

A new range of vintage textiles from India has also been added to our shop.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any queries.

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Last updated on 06 Jun, 2018

Post to Canada
Delays are expected for the delivery of post to Canada. This is a result of slow processing of international mail by the Canadian customs offices that receive mail from Asia.

Welcome to Hilltribehouse ETSY online shop.

We offer a unique range of Hand woven / loomed Hmong hemp and cotton fabrics that can be used in your own craft projects to make table runners, pillows, bedspreads etc.

A new range of vintage textiles from India has also been added to our shop.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any queries.

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(85)

About Hilltribehouse

Sales 483
On Etsy since 2013

Your story in one sentence.

After a long career as a Nurse working in rural Thai hospitals Pim started her own Business as a therapeutic / medical massage instructor providing training and skill for local women that could be used to help support themselves and their families. This business was a stepping stone to her dream occupation as a designer and she now has her own company and two shops on Tapae road in Chiang Mai where we sell our own unique fashion designs and vintage hill tribe fabrics.
Pim now lives with her husband and eight dogs in a beautiful old teakwood house which is also our design studio and workshop.
Pim has never forgotten the support that local women need and it is her aim to develop a sustainable business that will provide income and skill to anyone in the local community that is willing to learn.
Our aim is to design and make batik fabrics using some of the traditional Hmong techniques but with a contemporary style. These fabrics are then turned into a variety of Home décor product that can be sold on Etsy as well as our retail shops.
It is still early days with this project but we hope that with customer support and feedback we will be able to inspire and enthuse a few local Thai women to join with us and make the project successful.

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  • Pimjutha

    Owner, Maker, Designer

    I have been designing and making my own clothing and jewellery for over 10 years and have two shops Chiang Mai.

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Last updated on 07 Jan, 2017
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