Explore Our Amazing Ajrakh collection!

Ajrakh is a traditional hand block printing technique that includes resist dying  and the use of  natural dyes often with multiple hand carved blocks. Some fabrics require 15 stages of printing and dyeing to create the beautiful natural shades you can particularly see in the Ajrakh fig  and Rusty Ajrakh range.  

We are thrilled to now have this beautiful fabric which we've had luxuriously quilted and made into yoga bolsters (oval yoga bolsters and round yoga bolsters ) and meditation cushions ( zafus, zabutons and yoga nidra / futons).  Hand printed by an Artisanal Community in Gujarat, we assemble in Australia and deliver from our HQ in Melbourne.

Made using multiple hand carved blocks and natural dyes of olive, alum and hinna powder as well as gum arabic and lime powder as a resist print

The making of Riyal Ajrakh

Home spaces

In the making

The makers

Just 1 of the blocks

Made using multiple hand carved blocks and natural dyes including mustard, alum, indigo, fermented iron and resist paste in gum arabic and lime powder

The making of Ajrakh Fig Leaf

The print

The many layers

The makers

Made using multiple hand carved blocks and dyes including madder root, indigo, fermented iron and resist paste in gum arabic and lime powder. 

Made using used 1 hand carved block block with Indigo and gum arabic and lime powder as a resist print. 

The making of Ajrakh Indigo Star

Home Space

The block

In the making

The dye ~ indigo

Made using used 1 block with Indigo and gum arabic and lime powder as a resist print.