This inviting bedding begins as lengths of crisp cotton fabric, laid smooth along a wooden table. Artisans take hand-carved wooden blocks, dip them in indigo-hued dye, and stamp the elaborate pattern one block at a time. It takes as many as nine separate blocks to create the multilayered design. Many of the artisans who work on these pieces own family farms and return to their village during planting and harvest seasons.
Hand-block-printed in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. 100% cotton. Reversible. Throw pillow includes a poly insert.
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