kantha textiles ( they are originally made as bride gift in every family all havd Stiches beautiful fabrics used as blankets in east Bengal India . Nowadays almost impossible to findanymore , each piece has soul history love and life .
we are using this kantha fabrics
Kantha (meaning: “patched cloth”) refers to both the tradition of producing these unique, quilted blankets (making something useful and beautiful out of discarded items), as well as the craft and stitch itself (a small, straight running stitch in Bengali embroidery).
For as many as 500 centuries, poor Bengali women have taken their discarded cloth scraps and sewn them together with a simple running stitch; taking the old and repurposing it into something useful and protective. Far from trend-setting, or even artfulness, kantha was created originally for the most basic and practical purpose: to keep warm.
Over time, kantha developed as a generational skill, a craft that could symbolically impart story, desire, and well-wishing for loved ones & gift recipients. Elaborate kantha were made as wedding gifts or gifts for mothers, with stories and wishes weaved in, allowing illiterate women to leave a lasting mark.
We are proud to use this unique textiles in our
Slow fashion collection , I hope you understand - love and wear your unique garment with the same passion we put in making some sustainable fairtrade beautiful fashion for you .