This hand woven fabric is called Khadi in India. It is organic & eco friendly fabric made on a handloom. It is in off-white color with bright red crimson hand block print using natural vegetable dyes. The geometric print circles designs on the fabric are created by using natural vegetable dyes.
This amazing Indian fabric Is medium weight and 100 percent fair trade fabric. If you closely watch the pictures of this fashion fabric, you may find that the print is irregular and uneven. This effect can only be created if it is handmade in nature. The pictures don’t do justice to how beautiful this unique fabric really is!
Size: Length: 36 inches, Width: 36 inches.
A brief introduction of khadi:
Khadi became popular since the British rule by Gandhiji when he started the “Swadeshi Movement” in India. None other fabric other than Khadi can used for the making of an Indian National Flag. This fabric has a history of it’s own. It is considered to be future fashion trends in the international market. The term, “Gandhi Clothing” and khadi fabric means one and the same thing.
Depending upon the length of the fabric that you buy, this fabric can be put to the following uses:
Clothing, curtains, window treatments, quilting, sewing, kurtas, kurtis, pillow covers, handmade bags, scarves, scrap booking, etc.