"Bhutanese textiles...have become among the most highly desired
items in the world" –Wall Street Journal
The level of handmade loom-work is unparalleled in modern times.
Weavers oftenwork 10 to 12 hours a day, generally producing no more than two inches
of fabric at a time due to the difficulty of the pattern. Some motifs are so intricate they resemble embroidery. It can take years to create a high quality gho or kira,
the respective national garments for Bhutanese men and women.