Hand Quilted Mashru Bed Cover-Blue
Hand Quilted Mashru Bed Cover-Blue
Hand Quilted Mashru Bed Cover-Blue
Hand Quilted Mashru Bed Cover-Blue

Hand Quilted Mashru Bed Cover-Blue

Rs. 6,652.75
  • Estimated Delivery:Oct 16 - Oct 20

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Size & Weight

Length: 90.00 Width: 60.00 Height 0.00 Inches | 400.00 Grams

Material

Textile

Care Instructions

Dry clean only.

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Hand Quilted Mashru Bed Cover-Blue

Hand Quilted Mashru Bed Cover-Blue

Rs. 6,652.75
Product description
  • Hand quilted in 100% cotton fabric and cotton filler, this quilt measures 90.0" by 60.0" inches (LW).

  • Beautiful hand stitched patterns lend a natural charisma to this Kantha Quilt cum Bedcover. This single size Quilt takes style and substance beyond the borders in your bedroom. The extensive hand block Ajrakh prints throughout the Kantha coverlet is complemented by the unique design and vibrant color combination. This hand quilted single bedspread is absolutely traditional and emanates the authentic flavor of India. A perfect bedroom duvet for your home!

  • A lifestyle furnishing accessory, this Kantha quilt is designed to offer the perfect balance between durability and size and it makes a personal style statement. The whole process of making this product is environmentally kind as well.

  • Kantha making is a “women’s art”. Rural housewives in India played a significant part in the evolution of Kantha embroidery. It preserves the rare craft of Kantha in India.

  • Quality satisfaction and timely delivery are assured.
Craft Type & Story

Kantha
The beautiful Indian hand woven Kantha stitch patterns lend a natural charisma to the fabric altogether. This product range takes style and substance beyond the borders.Kantha said to have originated in Bengal is considered as the oldest form of Indian embroidery as it has been around for centuries. It involves simple, running stitches filled inside a design. Different shades of thread, double or single, are used aesthetically to create products such as blankets, sarees, scarves, stoles, mats, bags and purses.
The thought behind this needlework was to reuse old clothes and turn them into something new. Traditionally, women would take 4 to 7 old sarees or patched fabrics and layer them together. They would create different running stitches on them and use the soft blankets to cover their newborn baby's cradle. The biggest source of inspiration behind this craft is day-to-day life. The motifs designed are of birds, animals, folk scenes, fishes, floral and geometrical shapes and other imagery-depicting livelihoods of the local people. Many Kantha wall hangings have lovely narratives embroidered on them.
Being an accessory in itself, a Kantha product does not require any additional embellishment and is adaptable to any occasion. It truly marks a flair for style in any individual who wears or uses it.