This set of 4 carefully hand-stitched recycled sari, kantha, napkins brings a special touch to every time there’s a gathering.
This kantha set is skillfully made in the rural areas of Jessore, a district in SW Bangladesh famous for its high quality needle skills.
Kantha, meaning ‘rags’, is the ancient tradition of recycling well worn, vintage saris into beautiful throws for family use and special celebrations. Using a simple all over running stitch, recycled saris are quilted together. The layers of soft, worn cotton give a wonderfully cozy feel and look to every item made from this carefully crafted fabric.
Size: 12″ 30cm square, SET of 4
Colours: All similar or all different, we’ll discuss and agree before production.
Details: Washable. Product story label attached unless otherwise requested.
MOQ Wholesale: 10 sets
MOQ Export: 50 sets
Recycled saris are as unique as the women behind each product. If you prefer some similarity please mention ‘mostly blues’ or ‘reds only’, etc. We’ll then confirm availability and lead times.