Damber Pulami

Weaver

A basket weaver and dressmaker as well, Damber is 43 and also was in a refugee camp in Nepal before moving to Atlanta. He loves working with his hands to make something practical.

Dibya Khanal

Weaver

Loves looking at the different fabrics and deciding which colors look good together. Her family left Bhutan and she is glad her 3 young adult children will have more opportunities for a better life in the US.

Lakh Khanal

Weaver

re:loom is her first job and she is so proud to be employed. Lakh has two children a boy, age 11 and a girl, age 4. Originally from Bhutan, Lakh and her family were in a refugee camp in Nepal for many years before moving to Clarkston.

Leila Wright

Weaver

The weather, changing seasons in Atlanta and the outdoors inspires the colors that Leila chooses when she makes a rug. Always with a smile on her face, Leila had never seen a loom before she went to work for re:loom.

Robin Upshur

Weaver

Robin likes the detail involved in weaving, maybe from a previous job in banking. Touching the fabric and combining it with different colors is the most creative and satisfying part of the process.