There is no rest for the weary.
Recent weeks have been frantic - juggling our weekly African Odyssey Zoom events with World Textile Days - plus getting orders out to you all as soon as we can.
As things calm down a fraction, we're now getting new fabrics and textiles from our recent shipments up onto the website.
Come back often to see what's new!
Our pal Kwasi is a a vintage textile dealer in Accra. His stash is chock full of the vintage textile fragments that he needs to repair damaged whole cloths like Kente.
Magie spends hours digging through his bin bags looking for beautiful pieces, which she uses to create small pieces of textile art.
You can be creative too: check out our latest Vintage Textile Fragments packs
Esther is one of Ghana's premier batik artists.
We've known Esther for almost 20 years now.
In all that time her designs and colour pallet have continued to evolve in new and exciting directions.
For us fabric fanatics, digging into a pile of Esther's fabrics is an experience of pure joy and surprise.
Check out Esther's latest creations, just arrived from Ghana.
View and buy: our newest Esther Amate hand-dyed batiks
Our reorganised website puts a fresh focus on furnishings and interiors: African style.
Look no further than this new section on our website: African Furnishings & Interiors
Hand-dyed eco-prints from Pru Bolus of Langa Lapu in South Africa. 100% linen.
For these pieces, Pru uses totally natural plant materials like bottle brush, bracken fern, harpephyllum and more - all found on her property on South Africa's famous Garden Route.
Each piece is unique. There is only one.
View and buy: Eco-prints