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Hand spun, hand woven cotton, mordant-dyed, resist dyed and hand painted coromandel I Coast of India I century I For the Thai market Motifs Textiles, Textile Fabrics, Vintage Textiles, Textile Patterns, Textile Prints, Textile Design, Fabric Design, Print Patterns, Indian Block Print

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HANDSPUN, HANDWOVEN COTTON HAND-PAINTED MORDANT-DYED, RESIST-DYED AND HAND-PAINTED COROMANDEL COAST OF INDIA, 18C FOR THE THAI MARKET

Shop our collection of cotton, block printed table linens, available in four sizes: & Matching napkins are sold in sets of Textiles, Textile Patterns, Print Patterns, Block Print Saree, Purple Art, Batik Prints, Summer Design, Table Linens, Pattern Art

15" x 72" Rectangle Scarves

Shop our fabulous collection of cotton printed scarves in our most popular size. Each scarf is handmade, stamped again and again with hand carved wooden blocks. Page 3.

V&A Museum’s The Fabric of India - Interior Monologue Ancient Indian Paintings, Food Truck Design, V & A Museum, History Of India, Plant Fibres, Indian Textiles, Victoria And Albert Museum, Fabric Manipulation, Natural Forms

The Fabric of India: Nature & Making

India’s rich natural resources for making and decorating textiles are unrivalled. Its varied geographical regions and climates provide a huge range of plant fibres and natural dyes for the cultivators, weavers, dyers, printers and embroiderers of the subcontinent.

This is a turban cloth made in the early century in Rajasthan, India. It is made out of cotton muslin, and was tie-dyed in the laharia technique. Dark Colors, Light Colors, Colours, Cotton Muslin, Cotton Thread, Word Meaning, Indian Textiles, Textile Artists, Home Textile

20th Century Laharia Turban Cloth | Sarajo Antique Textiles

This is a turban cloth made in the early 20th century in Rajasthan, India. It is made out of cotton muslin, and was tie-dyed in the laharia technique. The name of this technique is derived from the Indian word meaning "wave." This turban cloth has seven colors in zigzag design of thin stripes punctuated by wider ones. Textile artists using the laharia dye technique roll fabric diagonally up into a coil from selvedge to selvedge and tie all the sections they want to remain undyed with cotton…

From Sri: An Intricately Resist Dyed Indian Turban: Mothara from Rajasthan. Indian Textiles, Costume, Turbans, Textile Prints, Tie Dye, Sari, Collection, Fashion, Sewing

An Intricately Resist Dyed Indian Turban: Mothara from Rajasthan