Threads of Life Gallery in Ubud, Bali

Come visit us next time you're in Ubud at Jl Kajeng No 24 We have a wonderful range of textiles (batik, ikat), baskets and other giftware for purchase, as well as displays to explain the whole weaving process.
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On Jl Kajeng, in the middle of Ubud, Bali

Threads of Life Gallery on Jalan Kajeng, in the middle of Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. Keep the traditional art of weaving alive!

Threads of Life, Ubud, Bali with Jean, one of our founders!

Visiting traditional Textile Weaving in Seraya, Bali as part of Threads of life, an organization creating the preserving this transitional handicraft.

LOU ZELDIS Batik also available at the gallery in Ubud, Bali

Batik sarong from Lou Zeldis featuring a striped print throughout & tonal stitching, it is made in Bali.

Threads of Life Boutique.    Jalan Kajeng 24  Ubud, Bali, Indonesia  Ragak Sedang - Vegetable Basket (2004)

Vegetable basket 'Ragak Sedang' from Threads of Life - hand made by the Dayak people. The Jasa Menenun Mandiri cooperative helps local craftspeople sell traditional textiles and basketry, and gives them a place to save their money and take out loans.

Her story: Woven patterns often tell the story of a tribe, symbolized in the fabric’s shapes and motifs, such as with ...

Her story: Woven patterns often tell the story of a tribe, symbolized in the fabric’s shapes and motifs, such as with .

LOU ZELDIS Batik also available at the Gallery

LOU ZELDIS Batik also available at the Gallery

The queen's treasure: Jean Howe and one of her favorite textiles, given by Rambu Eti, a queen of the kingdom of Pau, Eas...

The queen's treasure: Jean Howe and one of her favorite textiles, given by Rambu Eti, a queen of the kingdom of Pau, Eas.

Fabulous hand woven throws from East Timor, but seen over in Ubud in Bali at #threadsoflife

Fabulous hand woven throws from East Timor, but seen over in Ubud in Bali at

The spectrum: Fabrics colored with natural dyes. (Photo by Raditya Margi)

The spectrum: Fabrics colored with natural dyes. (Photo by Raditya Margi)

All natural: Textiles are made from natural materials, such as from nuts and tree bark. (Photo by Raditya Margi)

All natural: Textiles are made from natural materials, such as from nuts and tree bark. (Photo by Raditya Margi)

Carry-all: A bag called a kul, which the people of West Timor use to carry items such as harvested corn. (Photo by Radit...

Carry-all: A bag called a kul, which the people of West Timor use to carry items such as harvested corn. (Photo by Radit.

Some of the beautiful pieces available in the Threads of Life Gallery in Ubud

Visiting traditional Textile Weaving in Seraya, Bali as part of Threads of life, an organization creating the preserving this transitional handicraft.

Home decor: Most Threads of Life customers buy textiles to hang on walls. (Photo by Raditya Margi)

Home decor: Most Threads of Life customers buy textiles to hang on walls. (Photo by Raditya Margi)

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