The Final Six

Today is the final day of textiles, and I have three more quilts and three scarves to share today!

All of the textiles are old or antique, meaning they are valuable but could also have small stains, discolorations or holes from years of use. None of these take away from the aesthetic of the piece however, and in many cases it adds to it as you can see that the piece has been used for years. 

There will be a flat shipping fee of $7, even if you purchase more than one piece on different days. So feel free to order more than once and not worry about extra shipping charges. And now, on to the textiles: 

Piece #16 is a patchwork Ralli from the Kutch-Sindh area with bright black, white, purple and mustard squares and sawtooth applique on the border. The back of the quilt is a recycled red Ajrakh block print, and the quilt is "signed" by the artist with embroidery on the edge. This piece measures 72" x 48".


Piece #17 is a Bengali kantha with the same unusual diamond embroidery as yesterday's pieces. The quilt has a color palette of green and pink, with bright patches of fabric quilted on. Measures 84" x 52".


Piece #18 is a Bengali kantha made from a bright violet screen-printed floral on one side, and recycled plaid lungis on the other, and is quilted with white thread. Measures 90" x 58".


Piece #19 is a Bengali silk scarf, made in the same method as the quilts but with a much lighter weight, and with silk fabric on both sides. This piece uses a green print on one side, and a plain green and blue back quilted with navy and orange thread. Measures 88" x 20".


Piece #20 is the same style scarf, made with a purple and white printed silk on one side and an orange and brown batik silk on the back, and is quilted with orange thread. Measures 76" x 32".


Piece #21 is an Ajrakh scarf, hand block printed in Kutch with natural indigo and madder dyes. It uses a traditional Ajrakh design and colorway, and is 100% cotton. The photo below shows the scarf folded in half, and both ends have the solid indigo border.

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There are a few more Ajrakh scarves available that I won't be posting until next month; if you are interested email for a preview or to buy!

That's it! Thanks so much to everyone who bought pieces, and feel free to email with any questions. I'll still be sharing a few pieces in the future that I collected that aren't for sale, and there will be more Ajrakh scarves for sale next month. I hope you enjoyed seeing what we collected!


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