About HAH

Himalayan Arts & Handicrafts (HAH) is a solely export-oriented company as a manufacturer, wholesaler & exporter of felt handmade products. Our each & every staff are fully trained who are always directly supervised by our Human Resource Development Depart (HRDD). HRDD evaluates each & every staff’s performance and gives rewards to them which makes them always highly energetic & inspired by improving their ability to produce unique quality.

 Our highly experienced & skillful team gives you the exclusive quality and success to fulfill your ultimate satisfaction. Our prime assets are our staffs & customers who always need our long-lasting relationship. We produce felt Shoes, Cat houses, Purse, Bags, Dryer Balls, Christmas Items, Easter Items & other Items. At now, we are working with 250 employees.

We have 6 Depart: Management Depart, Human Resource Development Depart, Sampling Depart, Quality Control Depart, Production Depart & Decoration Depart. Our each depart highly concern to deliver your products in time with prescribed quality. The success of Himalayan Arts & Handicrafts is to touch our valued customer’s hearts by fulfilling their ultimate satisfaction.

We always believe in establishing a long-lasting relationship with our customers by providing super products along with attractive terms of payments. We are always eager to obtain feedback about our materials from our esteemed clients and always strive to maintain our quality levels to the best possible standards. We commit only to what we can fulfill and deliver.

We are proud that we are getting on and on repeat orders from our existing esteemed client. Mainly, Himalayan Arts & Handicraft is being exported to all around the world but mostly the goods are exported to Germany, Austria, Finland, USA, Japan, Denmark, Italy, and many more European countries.

About Woolen Felt

Wool is a natural animal fiber obtained from sheep, goats, yak, camel, etc. All these animals have an outer covering of hair, which is shaved off to obtain wool fibers. Animal fibers are naturally obtained from animals. Some animals that live in cold places generally develop a thick coat of hair on their body. This coating helps the animals to trap air in it and keep them warm as air is a poor conductor of heat. Air trapped by the hair on the body of the animals does not let the warmth escape from the body. Hence, this thick covering of hair on animal bodies protects them from cold.

  • From sheep

Sheep hair has two types of fibres – beard hair and skin hair. The skin hair provides the fibre to make wool. The process of making fibre into wool follows a series of processes:

Shearing → Scouring → Sorting → Dyeing → Straightening, Rolling and Combing

  • Shearing

This is the first step of processing fibre into wool. In this method, the fleece of the sheep along with a thin layer of skin is removed. This process is done in spring weather as sheep do not require the outer skin to keep them warm. Shearing is mostly done by machines or sometimes by hands.

  • Scouring

After the shearing process, the sheared hair is washed in big tanks to remove grease, dust, and dirt by automatic machines. This process of washing sheared hair is known as scouring.

  • Sorting

In sorting, hairs of different textures and types are sorted. Now we can differentiate between low and good quality fibres. The good quality fibres are used for clothes and the lower quality is used for making rugs. The fleece is sorted according to type and texture.

  • Dyeing

This process involves the colouring of fibres in different colours as the natural fibre is generally white, black or brown.

  • Straightening, Rolling, and Combing

After the dyeing process, the fibres are straightened, rolled and combed into yarns. Wool made from fibres is further used for making a jumper, woollen clothes, etc.

Uses of Wool

People have been using wool for thousands of years for both functional and decorative purposes. This fibre has a number of advantages, including flexibility, durability, and water resistance. Products made from wool are: Home Decorative Items, Indoor & Outdoor items, Children Toys Items, festival Items. and many more…


    Our vision is to give the platforms for that person who are searching for a place to explore their unborn hidden talent and spread the products with the full of creative arts over the world. Due to political instability in Nepal, there is a high rate of unemployment. Most people are under unemployment even Not to their intensity to hold their skillful hands & their creative minds. We want to create employment opportunities and support to the nation as our efforts.

    Environmental Policy

    Himalayan Arts & Handicrafts believes that addressing environmental issues is key to sustaining and developing our business. All our business locations work together to reduce the environmental impact caused by our business activities and products. In addition to environmental laws and other requirements with which we comply, we also work continuously to improve our environmental management system in order to prevent environmental pollution and achieve a balance between our business activities and the environment.