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Fabrics

Running metres, cut pieces, remnants View collections

All products

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Wearables

Shawls and scarves, bags and baskets, jewellery View collections

At home

Cushion and bed covers, games and toys, stationery, collectables View collections

Kasu Tours

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Kasu: hand made and fair trade

Kasu is on a mission to make the world a better place by the shopping and travel choices we make.
Through my shop, Kasu Emporium, I import fair trade, hand made and ethically sourced products for conscious shoppers.
I am committed to being a part of the change to create sustainable incomes for my suppliers.

I also like to share my good fortune: 10% of profits go to help people living in poverty in Australia and India.

My handmade Kasu Tours take small groups to the lesser known regions of India guided by strong
sustainability, ethical and child protection policies

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JOURNAL

  • Dabu printing

    Dabu printing Dabu printing is an ancient hand block printing technique from Rajasthan, India. It is a labor intensive printing process and invo...
  • The 'blue gold' of India

    The indigo dyed fabrics in the Kasu collection are coloured using an ancient technique. First, the dye has to be extracted from the plant, and then...
  • Below Ahmedabad

    The eyes and the feet are drawn in and down with a sense of wonder. One would never guess from the streets above of the architectural treasures below.

  • Slow travel

    Traffic is different on the roads we travel – you might have to share the road with a nomad moving house with all her possessions atop a camel, an elephant being led somewhere, or a herder with his cattle or goats.

  • The weaver's hospitality

    This unassuming address at the end of dusty lanes through scrubby bushland produces amazingly beautiful textiles. We were shown some family archival pieces as well as some recent products, one piled on top of the other in a dizzying display as we tried to decide which ones we could not live without. 

Our donations

10% of profits at Kasu Emporium are donated to help people living in poverty in Australia and India.
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I acknowledge the Dja Dja Wurrung people as the sovereign owners of the country where I live and work, and recognise that sovereignty has not been ceded. I pay my respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. I also pay the rent >>>