In this episode Ruth talks to textile artist Ekta Kaul about her soulful stitch work, about belonging and place making about about the richness of textile making to improve our lives. Ekta is a London-based artist who grew up in India. In this conversation she shares how her map-making stitch practice has helped grounding her in a new country. They share their stories of finding their place in the textile world over the last dozen or more years and talk about how powerful it is to stitch and create alongside communities, be they our own membership groups or with diverse community groups and workshops. Find out more at ruthsinger.com/podcast Ekta's website Ruth's Maker Membership Support the podcast using Paypal
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