The project derives its inspiration from the craft documentation titled “Costumes and Culture of Kinner Tribe” which had captured the craft from several perspectives. The craft documentation had highlighted the challenges that the craft is currently facing amidst the competitive alternatives that exist in the market and it was also realized that the craft was slowly dying off due to several reasons. However, upon extensive inquiry, it was realized that the JSW foundation has been working in uplifting the socio-economic condition of the region. This project has been critically executed in extreme geographic conditions as the hilly terrain isn’t accessible as the plains. However, despite the challenges, it was ensured that the current craft is extensively studied and all the challenges are being highlighted and analyzed to strengthen the traditional craft. This project has not been limited to a creation of the final product in apparel and home textiles but it has also been responsible for imparting design education training to improve their skill set and conducting workshops for the women artisans to capture their problems and measure their capabilities to learn new skills that may empower their craft. The project has ensured that all the process of design thinking principles has been implemented while identifying the pain points of the primary stakeholders of Kinner Craft. The final product of the applied design principle coupled with the traditional craft was successful in creating a product that can be marketed and few designs that had extended the Kinner craft to other lifestyle products had also received a very tremendous response. The objective of this project was not just to do the graduation project and make the final product line but was also to make a sustainable system which these 350 women artisans can easily understand.