Quishile is an Indo-Fijian textile maker and writer living in Tāmaki Makaurau, Aotearoa. Craft was gifted to her through being her Aaji’s namesake and encompasses language, identity, story-telling and a place of healing. She create textiles that nurture craft as a form of generational exchange and love. Stitching and threading together memories and stories, She upholds the values of textile making and craft as a cultural knowledge system and a way to actively challenge colonial violence. She works to affirm the significance and importance of craft through the relationships with the women in her family.