Most inspiring Kantha quilting trends of 2018

The recently introduced Kantha products have taken the entire décor world by storm, as a result of which Kantha has become the hottest trend in the markets today. The Kantha quilts are very exotic and are mostly considered to be one of a kind. A basic Kantha quilt is...

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Kantha Cushion Covers

India is actually known as the land of the Aryans, the early ancestors who brought the Hindu religion to the country. Their era is known as the Vedic age and it is beloved that India reached its zenith during their era in both religion and culture. The fact that the...

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All About Baby Kantha Quilts

Babies are the bundle of delicate innocence and they need the utmost comfort and protection from the adversaries of nature. It is a motherly instinct to protect your cute little newborn from every harshness and that is why your baby will always seek comfort in your...

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VINTAGE KANTHA SCARVES: THE NEWEST FASHION TREND

India is a land where you can have the pleasure of wearing different types of fabrics, woven with exclusive embroideries. Some of these embroideries reflect the rich cultural heritage of the country while some throw light into the modern culture of the country. All in...

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Beauty of Vintage Kantha Baby Quilts

Made from layers of bright and colourful vintage saris, hand-stitched together in contrasting thread, these beautiful baby quilts are not only incredibly soft and lightweight, but the perfect size for little ones to snuggle up with. Enjoy one-of-a-kind item! One of...

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Reasons to Get Addicted to Kantha Quilts

The best thing about Kantha is these can be used throughout your home — on beds, as upholstery and as wall hangings. Kantha quilts originate from eastern state of India and are made from vintage/old saris, layered on top of each other and stitched together. They have...

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Story of three “H” of Kantha Quilts

Happy colors, history, and hand-stitching: these three H of Kantha Quilts, creativity emerged from a reversible Kantha Quilt originated by artisans in west Bengal, India. The word Kantha, pronounced (KAAN taa), means ‘rags’ in Sanskrit. A Kantha stitch simply means a...

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