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Kashmir Heritage is the first specialized blockprint workshop in the Netherlands (EU) 

As from 2019 we have a studio in Amersfoort (NL).

Throughout the year you can learn the art of blockprinting with us, or extend your knowledge on it.

You can learn the basics of blockprinting, but also:

You want to make an appointment with your group, organisation or company to learn blockprinting? Please contact us to discuss the possibilities on

We can also make your blockprints to order or print your textiles or paper for you.


Blockprint dates

The dates for which you can apply will be updated constantly, so please check now and then. If you have a group of min. 6 persons, you can make a separate appointment to plan a half or whole day of blockprinting in Amersfoort (NL) or on location. Please contact us to discuss the possibilities.

Learn the basics of the art of blokprinting on fabric. discover the effect of colors and the power of repetition and layering in making your own unique textiles. More information and subscription through

For everybody who wants to create their own fabric and learn to print with the beautiful blockprints from India. You can print f.e. your own home textiles like table linen, tea towel or curtain fabric, clothing fabric or accessories like a bag or shawl.

During this day course you get to know the possibilities of the technique. You learn how to handle the blockprints, how to make a clear print, how to approach a design with blockprints, think about the use of color, repetition and layering, how to clean the blocks and how to fix your prints on fabric.


Various dates will follow, so please check our website regularly.

Apply for a curse in Amersfoort (NL), individually or with a group through Cost for half a day € 65 p.p., for a whole day € 95,- (incl. paper, paint, blockprints, print materials and coffee/tea). Exclusive of fabric project, extra cost f.e. for a shawl or apron. In consultation you can bring your own fabric like linen, cotton or silk.


Past dates since 2012 (selection):

Nathalie Cassee from Kashmir Heritage learned blockprinting at several artisans and workshops in India, England and France.

As daughter of graphist Dick Cassée, since a young age she picked up the love and understanding of graphic techniques. Her passion for Indian textiles and crafts meant that she traveled to India a few times a year since 2007 and thus gained extensive knowledge of Indian textiles. She has regularly written articles about Indian crafts since 2009. In addition to blockprinting herself, she also deepened her knowledge of its theory and history.

In India she realizes her own collection and designs for her company Kashmir Heritage. Regularly she develops unique design projects with designers and craftsmen. She sells her collection at specialist fairs throughout Europe. Recently, she produced the first hand-made chintz reproduction for the Netherlands in over 100 years. This reproduction was exhibited, along with the original 18th-century piece at the Chintz, cotton in bloom exhibition in 2017 in the Frisian Museum.

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If you would like to book a customized workshop or masterclass with your organization, festival, colleagues, friends or family, please get in touch on the possibilities.

Except courses, you can also find quality blockprint materials with us. Blockprint paints, (customized) blockprints, and other materials necessary for blockprinting. Regularly we have customized blockprints made for our clients with our workshops in India.

We have made customized blockprint (sets) among others for the Wereldmuseum Rotterdam (NL), Museum Volkenkunde Leiden (NL), photographer Michelle D, Ceramists Bernadette de Wijs, Gaby Kretz and Wietske Hellinga, Designer Daisy van Groningen, Company Fox and the Knight, Textile Festival De Weerribben.

Artists that worked with our blockprints are among others Ceramist Yna van der Meulen, Ozgur Demirbas Vervloet and Anita van Iersel Van Hest, Marry Potjes, Studio Saf, Kirin Design, Fafa Bulles, book binders Eliane C. Gomez and Atelier C, Siska Ruiter Bos.

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