Fieldwork guidance and opportunities to engage in reflective practice are important components of social work education, as they provide opportunities for young social work students to integrate classroom learning into practice. A community, an organization, an institution, or a family are used as a ‘field’ in social work practice. In this chapter we argue that many social work educators across the South Asian schools of social work accept that field education is a crucial element in social work training. But often the quality of fieldwork training and the opportunities for reflective practice learning, both within the schools of social work and in the field offered to the students, leaves much to be desired. Using quilting as a research method, this chapter analyses both the structural and functional issues of a field practicum in Nepal and Pakistan and offers ways to strengthen field education in South Asian social work.