Hand block printing
The Anarkali cushion features a traditional Indian pattern depicting the pomegranate blossom, a universal symbol for spirituality and health. Each piece is hand block printed using seven different shades of blue. Coordinates with our Anarkali Block Print Quilt. Care Instructions: Machine was in cool water on gentle cycle. Tumble dry low, warm iron as needed. 20x20 inches. 100% cotton. Hand block printed on both sides. Hidden zipper enclosure. Cushion insert is not included. Price is for cov...
Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing, eastern Rajasthan, India ~ The museum supports an ongoing research program to preserve & study the ancient textile art of block printing. The permanent collections form an expanding repository of block printed textiles, tools, & images. Patterned attire identifies the community & status of the wearer. Each pattern starts with carving one to thirty print blocks out of teak & then applying the pattern with vegetable dye on fabric, usually a gauzy cotton.