Hand embroidered geometric patterned cotton cushion cover
HOW IT'S MADE
Crafted from cotton, this gorgeous cushion cover touts a splendid design. A happy mix of yellow with black and white add a touch of exclusivity to this embroidered offering, making it the perfect addition to contemporary living spaces. It also features a concealed zip closure at the back for convenience. The Kambira style featured on this offering is embroidered by the Harijan people of the Banni grasslands on the borders the Great Rann of Kutch. This craft employs extensive needlework to create alluring geometric patterns and motifs with colorful threads. It is a generational art with the skills passed from mother to daughter. The history of Kutch hand embroidery can be traced back to the 16th and 17th centuries when people migrated from Afghanistan, Greece, Germany, Iran and Iraq to Kutch in Gujarat.