Mini Charpai Weaving Workshop by Sirohi

Mini Charpai Weaving Workshop by Sirohi

Sirohi is a sustainable luxury brand that advocates a slow and simple lifestyle based on values of the Indian heritage and culture. Sirohi is organising a live Mini Charpai Weaving Workshop through google meet on 18th April 2021.

The online learning system has provided a great opportunity for children to learn subjects and skills that would have been impossible in a normal classroom setting. Taking full advantage of such shifts, Sirohi’s latest initiative allows you to learn to weave a mini charpai at home.

The best part?  You can learn this traditional form of weaving which has been passed down through the generations, directly from our skilled women artisans.

Take part in this unique experience of making something functional, sustainable and beautiful with your hands and our help! 

About the Mini Charpai Weaving Workshop

The Workshop is an amazing opportunity to learn about the traditional Indian weaving with hands-on experience directly from local artisans who have learned these skills from their ancestors. You can interact with our artisans to know about their lives thus gaining a better understanding of rural living and day-to-day problems in those communities.

  • Date of Workshop : 18th April, 2021.
  • Time : 3 pm – 4 pm
  • Venue : Google Meet
  • Last Date of Registration: 11th April, 2021.

For this workshop, you’ll need one DIY mini charpai kit which you can buy directly from here. The kit includes the following:

  1. 1 Mini Charpoy Frame (wood) – Dimensions (inch): 12 L x 4 W x 3.5 H
  2. Natural Jute Rope (0.25 kg)
  3. Recycled Textile Waste Rope ( 0.25 kg)

You can register for the workshop by purchasing this DIY kit. The Price of each Kit- Rs 1,599/- (includes tax, shipping & workshop charges)

Register for Workshop

Your Sustainability Metrics:

#WasteToWow: 0.5 kgs (how much waste material gets converted into a wow product)

Co2 Savings: 1 kg (amount of carbon emission reduced by reusing waste material)

Material: Recycled Textile Waste & Natural Jute Fibre

Disclaimer: The workshop is organised & managed entirely by Sirohi Team, we (Prakati India) have only shared the information. 

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