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KATHA THROW

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    DESCRIPTION
    Katha is a lightweight organic cotton throw blanket masterfully hand embroidered by a unique group of artisan women in India. The fringes are neatly hand rolled. Small batch production ensures higher quality and less wastage. Each product comes in a reusable cotton pouch also made by artisans.

    MATERIAL
    100% Rain Fed Organic Cotton 
    Sourced from India

    SIZE
    200 cm x 100 cm
    (Approximately 6.6' x 3.25")

    CARE
    Hand wash using gentle detergents. Hang dry in cool shaded place or delicately dry clean.

    ABOUT THE DESIGNER

    VARIOUSLY

    FOUNDER: Anjali Purohit
    LOCATION: Detroit, MI

    Variously is a sustainable design studio committed to putting the hand workers economy at its forefront. They explore minimal design elements rooted with heritage values, all of which directly support artisan clusters to restore and revive them economically. Since its inception, Variously has collaborated with 12-15 artisan families who are third and fourth generation heritage weavers, speciality dyers and heritage printers. To ensure higher biodegradable content in their textiles, the company uses only the finest quality of certified natural, responsibly sourced yarns.