Our women-run, cross-cultural collective is reviving the art of Bedouin, Judaic,
Muslim, and Middle Eastern Weaving traditions by creating hand-crafted, ethically made, and locally sourced textiles. Empowering women across cultures, inspiring collaboration between communities.
PRESERVING THE SACRED ART OF MIDDLE EASTERN WEAVING
To inspire a global community to participate in the revival of natural Middle Eastern weaving cultures, and establish the structure necessary to sustain the livelihood of Gazala's artists through an initiative that creates stories of change that spark unity and understanding.
A 360° ETHICAL WEAVING CYCLE
Every Gazala textile is handmade and begins with raising our own herds of sheep, goats, and camels, grazing solely on plants irrigated by the rain. The wool is hand spun and dyed in up to 33 colors, using our own blends of natural and aniline dyes. Each piece is then designed and woven on a traditional ground loom, created exclusively for that piece.