Our one of a kind Handmade kantha Jacket is dedicated to Natasha Walter, she is a British feminist writer and human rights activist. She is the author of a novel, A Quiet Life, two works of feminist non-fiction: Living Dolls: The Return of Sexism and The New Feminism. She is also the founder of the charity Women for Refugee Women.
Kantha refers to the distinct style of embroidery used to preserve and re-use vintage cotton saris and dhotis. Artisans patchwork and layer these vibrantly hued fabrics to be brought together by intricate kantha stichwork. The thread used for the work is also pulled from the sarees itself. One-of-a-kind products handcrafted thus, take upto 3 months to complete and enthuse tradition, dexterity and aesthetics in each piece.
Measurement Details UK Size 14
Length: 24 Inches
Chest: 36-38 Inches
Waist: 33-34 Inches
Sleeves: three quarters, 21 Inches
Military Style Jacket
Made of vintage, handcrafted material
High quality trimmings with brass buttons
Seams are locked with high quality gross grained ribbons
Handwash or dryclean. Dip dry.