Norlha was founded in 2007 in Ritoma, a nomad settlement on the Tibetan Plateau, to work with families who have spun, woven and felted cashmere and yak for generations. It takes eight different skilled makers to make a single scarf or blanket and their most intricate pieces can take over 100 days for a single artisan to complete.
The work of Norlha has brought positive change to rural Tibetans offering an alternative way of life to herding while still remaining rooted in their environment.
bits and bobs
paintings by Hannah Ludnow
Come, see real
of this painful world.
photographs by Kathryn Martin that capture the fragile beauty of British native wildflowers.