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Handmade Kala Cotton Stole by Master Bhujodi Weaver-Vankar Dayalal Kudecha from Bhujodi in Kutch, Gujarat
Carry the whiff of handspun treads of Kala cotton prepared by Bhujodi Artisans. The simple yet elegant weaving patterns give a rustic touch to your wardrobe.
|Size||Length: 80inches, Width: 22inches
In Meter: 2m x 0.5m
|Weight||160 Grams Approx|
|Art / Craft||Bhujodi Weaving
|Made In||Bhujodi - Kutch, Gujarat|
|Made By||Vankar Dayalal Kudecha|
|Shipping||Can be shipped in 12 Hours|
|Delivery||Can be delivered in 3-4 Days|
|Need Help?||Contact Us|
This Handspun Stole is dyed using Natural Dyes made from vegetables and other organic materials. This beautiful stole comes with tassels and is extremely lightweight making it perfect for use on any occasion.
This Bhujodi stole is made by traditional Bhujodi weaving techniques.
Kala Cotton Fabric
Kala cotton is one of the rarely sustained genetically pure cotton of India which is still being cultivated with indigenous practice. This endemic material forms a soft and sustainable textile.
About the Bhujodi Weaving
‘Tana-Bana’ the weaving of warp and weft is a fine and wondrous skill of creating the mélange of excellent designs and patterns with thread that Bhujodi artisans inherit in their hands.
About the Bhujodi Artist Dayala Kudecha
Dayalal Kudecha Ji believes that the skill of weaving is the god-gift to their community and it should be utilized, valued, and flourished by them. He joined this business at an early age (just after 10th grade) and started exploring his skills in their traditional handloom practice. Read More
Shipping and Delivery
Dispatched within 12 hours of placing the order, delivered to you within 3-4 business days (across India)
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