After her graduation, Mrs Zahid Abbas could not find a job, but the hand embroidery skill that she had imbibed from her parents helped her earn enough to satisfy her needs. After getting married, her health deteriorated and the magic of her craft stopped spreading. But setting a perfect example of a an ideal husband, Mr. Zahid supported his ailing wife, and started selling her mesmerizingly embroidered shawls to shopkeepers. Gradually, both husband and wife started a group of 20 artisans who come from all corners of the valley and handwork traditional designs of Sozni Kari on Pashmina and woolen shawls. The final product which comes out of the loom is beforehand thoroughly discussed with all the artisans with respect to its design, colour and material and then only work over it starts.