Kantha Throw - No. 540 | The Little Market
Kantha Throw - No. 540 | The Little Market
Kantha Throw - No. 540 | The Little Market
Kantha Throw | The Little Market

Kantha Throw - No. 540

$ 148.00

HANDMADE IN BANGLADESH

Cozy up with this one-of-a-kind blanket. It's the perfect size to drape over a couch or bed.

This beautiful quilt is made with layers of vintage cotton saris, hand-sewn together by a traditional kantha stitch and taking approximately 19 hours to create.

This quilt is double-sided and features two different patterns. Each blanket includes the hand-stitched name of the woman who made it.

Every purchase empowers women at a social enterprise in Bangladesh, many of whom are resilient survivors of human trafficking and abuse.

Kantha Throw - No. 540 | Hand-Stitched | One-Of-A-Kind

Only 1 left in stock!

DETAILS

  • Approximately 80" long x 40" wide
  • Our kanthas are made of layers of repurposed fabric hand-stitched together. This quilt features two sides of beautiful, one-of-a-kind patterns. You will never find the same fabric twice.
  • Care instructions: Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low.
  • As with all handmade items, variations will occur.
MEET THE ARTISAN
BASHA
Located in: Bangladesh
Women at Basha create one-of-a-kind kantha quilts from repurposed cotton saris. These women, many of whom are at-risk and survivors of human sex trafficking, are resilient artisans that preserve a hand-stitching technique. They complete a training and rehabilitation program prior to beginning work. Basha provides training, including literacy and life skills programs. The artisans also receive medical support, counseling, and day care assistance for their children.
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Located in: Bangladesh
Hand-stitched from vintage cottons saris
Hand-stitched from vintage cottons saris
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