KARACHI: A three-day Sartyoon Sang Crafts exhibition was held at a shopping mall with a wide mixture of Sindh’s handicrafts made by rural women were exhibited, including home textiles, basketry, jewelry, dresses, dupattas and shawls, coupled with traditional embroidery and cutwork.
The event aimed at to provide market linkages to rural women and artisans which attracted a large numbers of women residents of different areas of Karachi, said a statement on Monday. Senator Shazia Atta Mari who visited the exhibition lauded the event and expressed hope that the event could be further helpful for the development of linkages and easy market access to their skilled products.
The exhibition, comprising stitched and unstitched cloths, Needle Work (Different types of embroidery), Straw work, bed sheets, crochet work (kundhee/hook work), machine-embroidery and other women stuffs. There were more than a two dozen stalls, exhibiting a mixture of variety of traditional arts and crafts.