A set of six floral napkins in a cool palette of blues on a crisp white background.
In India, hand block printing fabric is a craft dating back to the Mughal Empire. The process begins by carving a design in a wood block. The block is then dipped in dye and pressed against the fabric. Once the design is complete, the fabrics are left in the sun to dry. Each step is done by hand - no machines - and showcases both great skill and the touch of the human hand.
20" x 20"
Set of six
Hand or machine wash in cool water; line dry in the shade or tumble dry on low. Press with a warm iron.
Designed exclusively for Larger Cross in Jaipur, India