Adia Jamille

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Adia Jamille is one of our unique black-owned companies. Its owner carries the same name. Jamille has been creating from a very young age. It’s the one thing that has always been natural for her. Throughout her lifetime, she has explored various art forms. She tried drawing, painting, etc. The one that speaks most to her soul is fiber arts. Growing up, her mother was an avid quilter, and she also sewed a lot of Jamille’s clothing. These processes were always

interesting to Jamille. Still, it wasn’t until college that she found her calling in the fiber arts. Jamille spent hours honing her craft and eventually very good at embroidery, weaving, and screen printing. Later she learned that her enslaved ancestors worked on indigo plantations. The African American business owner now realized why she had such an affinity for the fiber arts. Adia Jamille produces quality home goods, accessories, and gifts in pursuit of her passion.

Adia Jamille is one of our unique black-owned companies. Its owner carries the same name. Jamille has been creating from a very young age. It’s the one thing that has always been natural for her. Throughout her lifetime, she has explored various art forms. She tried drawing, painting, etc. The one that speaks most to her soul is fiber arts. Growing up, her mother was an avid quilter, and she also sewed a lot of Jamille’s clothing. These processes were always interesting to Jamille. Still, it wasn’t until college that she found her calling in the fiber arts. Jamille spent hours honing her craft and eventually very good at embroidery, weaving, and screen printing. Later she learned that her enslaved ancestors worked on indigo plantations. The African American business owner now realized why she had such an affinity for the fiber arts. Adia Jamille produces quality home goods, accessories, and gifts in pursuit of her passion.

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