Kutch Hand Embroidery - Tote Bag - Stripes
Kutch Embroidery, predominantly practiced by tribal women of Kutch, Gujarat has become a handicraft and textile signature of the region. This embroidery with its intricate designs that can be distinctly linked different communities has made a name for itself across the globe.
This beautiful and elegant patchwork tote bag is an expression of the Khudi-Sebha style of embroidery from Kutch, Gujarat. Attractive colour combinations of the patchwork and simple yet attractive designs with running stitches are the highlight of this style and makes it a perfect companion for any occasion.
Length: 30 cm
Width: 28 cm
Material: Dupioni Silk
Bag Design: Zip on Top; Inside Pocket with zip
The Haalepotra and Meghwaad Maarwaada communities practise eight styles of embroidery. They are best known for their Khudi-Tebha and Kambiro embroideries.In the humble practice of recycling old garments into new, lies the origins of two beautiful embroidery styles of Kutch, Khudi-Tebha and Kambiro. Over the years, the simple running stitch which was used to stitch the two pieces of fabrics together, emerged as embroidery style with elaborate motifs and designs.
Clean with a soft dry cloth.
Avoid contact with sharp objects
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Kutch Hand Embroidery - Tote Bag - Stripes - Green & White is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.