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Kantha

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Scrap sarong quilt

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Kantha Stitching Workshop – Selvedge Magazine

In June we are hosting a one-day workshop, Kantha Stitching with expert teacher Ekta Kaul. Kantha is a beautiful stitch technique from the Indian subcontinent with a rich heritage rooted in storytelling and upcycling. Ekta is an award-winning textile artist who creates ‘StoryMaps’- narrative cartographic textiles that

Exploring Kantha Stitching - Wise Craft Handmade

Traditional Kantha Stitching holds lots of layers of fabric together to make one larger piece of useable cloth. Wise Craft Handmade

Kantha - history & meaning | House of Wandering Silk

Learn about the rich history and meaning of kantha embroidery in India and across South Asia, practised by millions of women. "Kantha" refers to both the style of running stitch, as well as the finished cloth and is one of India's oldest and most loved folk art textile traditions.

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Our #quilt makers and #embroiderers are experts at #kantha stitching.  Seen here a selection of cushions from Stitch by Stitch using kantha stitch detail.

Our #quilt makers and #embroiderers are experts at #kantha stitching. Seen here a selection of cushions from Stitch by Stitch using kantha stitch detail.

About this item Vintage Indian West Bengal Saree 100% Pure Silk Tie & Dye Sari Kantha What A Beautiful Masterpiece Of A Saree. Base Fabric Is 100% Pure Silk In White Color Multi Amazing Tie And Dye Work. All Over Saree Adorned With Floral And Paisley Design With Multi Color Thread Work. Traditional Kantha Work Is The Highlight Of The Saree. Kantha : Kantha Is A Hand Embroidery Style Traditionally Practiced By Rural Womenfolk In State Of West Bengal. Kantha Embroidery Is Recognized By Running

About this item Vintage Indian West Bengal Saree 100% Pure Silk Tie & Dye Sari Kantha What A Beautiful Masterpiece Of A Saree. Base Fabric Is 100% Pure Silk In White Color Multi Amazing Tie And Dye Work. All Over Saree Adorned With Floral And Paisley Design With Multi Color Thread Work. Traditional Kantha Work Is The Highlight Of The Saree. Kantha : Kantha Is A Hand Embroidery Style Traditionally Practiced By Rural Womenfolk In State Of West Bengal. Kantha Embroidery Is Recognized By Running…

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Are you tired finding The BRIGHTEST, BEAUTIFUL, AND UNIQUE KANTHA QUILTS. THEN YOU ARE AMAZINGLY ON RIGHT PLACE! AND TRUST ME YOUR ARE AMAZING! Beautiful bedspread in a stunning Premium Cotton Kantha Bedspread Gudari, These Quilts made with just two layers of cotton which has been quilted together with little stitches known as kantha These kantha quilt makes a wonderful gift for weddings, Christmas, birthdays etc. Fabric: Vintage recycled sari fabric. Color: Assorted Colors will be sent. Quantit

Handmade Vintage Kantha Quilt - The Indian handmade art of making a quilt by using vintage cotton fabric, sewing together. Making of a vintage quilt - There is a long process to making a vintage quilt. First we collect the vintage cotton fabric for making these quilts. These Quilts made by the women's with just three layers of vintage cotton fabric which has been quilted together with little stitches by hands known as kantha. These vintage quilts are made by rural women from Rajasthan in…

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Kantha-Style Stitched Cushion

I love lots of stitchy quilty dimpled texture in my projects. I'm very tactile and love running my hands over these sorts of projects. Marie Kondo might find joy in neat minimalist drawers, but I find joy in quilty dimpled textile projects. Over the weekend I finished this kantha-style cushion. It is made with Japanese lawn fabric which is very thin and soft and lovely to work with (plus it's readily available at my local Spotlight store). I made up the panel and spent lots of happy hours…