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Blue Handblock Print

Blue Handblock Print

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170.00 190
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Kantha is a type of embroidery typically found in West bengal and Odisha. This is essentially done on old and used fabrics to renew their lifespan, making them even better than new. It involves a running stitch on clothes, leading to different patterns, including flowers, birds, geometrical shapes or any scenarios from everyday life. This embroidery gives the cloth a wavy and wrinkled look. Kantha stitching is also used to make simple quilts, which are known as Nakshi Kantha.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Black Handblock Print

Black Handblock Print

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170.00 190
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Kantha is a type of embroidery typically found in West bengal and Odisha. This is essentially done on old and used fabrics to renew their lifespan, making them even better than new. It involves a running stitch on clothes, leading to different patterns, including flowers, birds, geometrical shapes or any scenarios from everyday life. This embroidery gives the cloth a wavy and wrinkled look. Kantha stitching is also used to make simple quilts, which are known as Nakshi Kantha.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Green Handblock Print

Green Handblock Print

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170.00 190
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Kantha is a type of embroidery typically found in West bengal and Odisha. This is essentially done on old and used fabrics to renew their lifespan, making them even better than new. It involves a running stitch on clothes, leading to different patterns, including flowers, birds, geometrical shapes or any scenarios from everyday life. This embroidery gives the cloth a wavy and wrinkled look. Kantha stitching is also used to make simple quilts, which are known as Nakshi Kantha.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Blue Kantha Cotton Fabric

Blue Kantha Cotton Fabric

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170.00 190
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Kantha is a type of embroidery typically found in West bengal and Odisha. This is essentially done on old and used fabrics to renew their lifespan, making them even better than new. It involves a running stitch on clothes, leading to different patterns, including flowers, birds, geometrical shapes or any scenarios from everyday life. This embroidery gives the cloth a wavy and wrinkled look. Kantha stitching is also used to make simple quilts, which are known as Nakshi Kantha.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Red Kantha Cotton Fabric

Red Kantha Cotton Fabric

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170.00 190
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Kantha is a type of embroidery typically found in West bengal and Odisha. This is essentially done on old and used fabrics to renew their lifespan, making them even better than new. It involves a running stitch on clothes, leading to different patterns, including flowers, birds, geometrical shapes or any scenarios from everyday life. This embroidery gives the cloth a wavy and wrinkled look. Kantha stitching is also used to make simple quilts, which are known as Nakshi Kantha.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Brown Floral Kantha Cotton Fabric

Brown Floral Kantha Cotton Fabric

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170.00 190
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Kantha is a type of embroidery typically found in West bengal and Odisha. This is essentially done on old and used fabrics to renew their lifespan, making them even better than new. It involves a running stitch on clothes, leading to different patterns, including flowers, birds, geometrical shapes or any scenarios from everyday life. This embroidery gives the cloth a wavy and wrinkled look. Kantha stitching is also used to make simple quilts, which are known as Nakshi Kantha.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Light green Floral Kantha Cotton Fabric

Light green Floral Kantha Cotton Fabric

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170.00 190
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Kantha is a type of embroidery typically found in West bengal and Odisha. This is essentially done on old and used fabrics to renew their lifespan, making them even better than new. It involves a running stitch on clothes, leading to different patterns, including flowers, birds, geometrical shapes or any scenarios from everyday life. This embroidery gives the cloth a wavy and wrinkled look. Kantha stitching is also used to make simple quilts, which are known as Nakshi Kantha.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Blue Floral Kantha Cotton Fabric

Blue Floral Kantha Cotton Fabric

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170.00 190
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Kantha is a type of embroidery typically found in West bengal and Odisha. This is essentially done on old and used fabrics to renew their lifespan, making them even better than new. It involves a running stitch on clothes, leading to different patterns, including flowers, birds, geometrical shapes or any scenarios from everyday life. This embroidery gives the cloth a wavy and wrinkled look. Kantha stitching is also used to make simple quilts, which are known as Nakshi Kantha.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Red Floral Kantha Cotton Fabric

Red Floral Kantha Cotton Fabric

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170.00 190
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Kantha is a type of embroidery typically found in West bengal and Odisha. This is essentially done on old and used fabrics to renew their lifespan, making them even better than new. It involves a running stitch on clothes, leading to different patterns, including flowers, birds, geometrical shapes or any scenarios from everyday life. This embroidery gives the cloth a wavy and wrinkled look. Kantha stitching is also used to make simple quilts, which are known as Nakshi Kantha.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Black Triangles Kantha Cotton Fabric

Black Triangles Kantha Cotton Fabric

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170.00 190
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Kantha is a type of embroidery typically found in West bengal and Odisha. This is essentially done on old and used fabrics to renew their lifespan, making them even better than new. It involves a running stitch on clothes, leading to different patterns, including flowers, birds, geometrical shapes or any scenarios from everyday life. This embroidery gives the cloth a wavy and wrinkled look. Kantha stitching is also used to make simple quilts, which are known as Nakshi Kantha.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Blue Triangles Kantha Cotton Fabric

Blue Triangles Kantha Cotton Fabric

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170.00 190
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Kantha is a type of embroidery typically found in West bengal and Odisha. This is essentially done on old and used fabrics to renew their lifespan, making them even better than new. It involves a running stitch on clothes, leading to different patterns, including flowers, birds, geometrical shapes or any scenarios from everyday life. This embroidery gives the cloth a wavy and wrinkled look. Kantha stitching is also used to make simple quilts, which are known as Nakshi Kantha.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Orange Kantha Cotton Fabric

Orange Kantha Cotton Fabric

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170.00 190
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Kantha is a type of embroidery typically found in West bengal and Odisha. This is essentially done on old and used fabrics to renew their lifespan, making them even better than new. It involves a running stitch on clothes, leading to different patterns, including flowers, birds, geometrical shapes or any scenarios from everyday life. This embroidery gives the cloth a wavy and wrinkled look. Kantha stitching is also used to make simple quilts, which are known as Nakshi Kantha.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Maroon Squares Kantha Cotton Fabric

Maroon Squares Kantha Cotton Fabric

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170.00 190
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Kantha is a type of embroidery typically found in West bengal and Odisha. This is essentially done on old and used fabrics to renew their lifespan, making them even better than new. It involves a running stitch on clothes, leading to different patterns, including flowers, birds, geometrical shapes or any scenarios from everyday life. This embroidery gives the cloth a wavy and wrinkled look. Kantha stitching is also used to make simple quilts, which are known as Nakshi Kantha.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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Blue Squares Kantha Cotton Fabric

Blue Squares Kantha Cotton Fabric

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170.00 190
Width: 44in

Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours

Kantha is a type of embroidery typically found in West bengal and Odisha. This is essentially done on old and used fabrics to renew their lifespan, making them even better than new. It involves a running stitch on clothes, leading to different patterns, including flowers, birds, geometrical shapes or any scenarios from everyday life. This embroidery gives the cloth a wavy and wrinkled look. Kantha stitching is also used to make simple quilts, which are known as Nakshi Kantha.

Wash Instructions: Handloom fabrics tend to bleed in the initial washes. Please wash them separately and do not soak them or dry them under direct sunlight. First wash dry clean is recommended as that strengthens the colours.
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