Silky Stitches Story
Mrs. Maha Sarhan's great love and passion for embroideries and traditional pieces, and her accustomed habit of designing pieces that reflect traditional designs but in a new way for personal use, was credited with starting her "Silky Stitches" project, which includes handcrafted products made by Jordanian women, and constitutes a major source of income for them.
Wanting to help these women who work hard and tirelessly to provide a living for their families, Ms. Maha opened her project to be primarily supportive and empowering for these creative women.
Challenges faced by “Silky Stitches”
With Ms. Maha's continuous endeavor to produce pieces that reflect Jordanian heritage with modern ideas, she has always wanted to provide high-quality products befitting the authentic Jordanian heritage. The biggest role in bringing the store to what it is today is due to the silky hands, as Mrs. Maha calls them, that worked hard and actively in order to offer the most beautiful and unique products decorated with traditional Jordanian embroidery.
Social Impact of “Silky Stitches”
Supporting women who work in the field of embroidery was one of “Silky Stitches” priorities, but Ms. Maha also addresses in her project younger generation, as she would like to draw their attention to such products and urge them to buy them, and this, as she believes, has a great impact on preserving heritage and helping to pass it on from one generation to another.
If you love collecting traditional items, shop Silky Stitches’ products that are made with love by Jordanian women now at Souq Fann!