Traditionally this Kantha hand embroidery was used for quilts, dhotis and sarees, but over a period of time it has evolved and made its way right into the heart of Indian fashion. It is a popular style of embroidery that displays the skill and talent of the rural women being their source of income. The thought behind this needlework was to reuse old clothes and materials and turn them into something new. This is what makes kantha embroidery only one of its kind. It is approximately 500 years old. It has been favorite amongst those who love taking fashion and style to levels beyond the ordinary. Conventionally, the motifs used were of animals or birds.
These kantha embroidered kurtha fabrics make a beautiful party wear apparel.
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Material & Care
Fabric of 2.5mts length (upto 48 inches in length when stitched)
Fabric – Blended silk with Kantha hand work (on both front and back sides)
Hand wash (Rinse with a mild detergent. Fabric smoothens and softens on washing).Normal hand or machine wash would be adequate and would not ruin the longevity of the fabric or embroidery
Note: Dry only in shade. DO NOT dry in direct sunlight.
Do NOT brush.
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