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Little Indian Cottons packs

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Packs of twelve Indian cottons for you to experiment with. Make a patchwork cushion or bag, or lots of tiny pockets to wrap little gifts in. Add them to your boro-style stitching, collage or other creative textile work. 

There may be Indian block prints, from Gujarat and Rajasthan, as well as screenprint designs in a block print style and some woven ikat fabrics.

The ikats are created by first painstakingly tying and dyeing warp threads, setting up the loom to space out the motifs across the fabrics and then weaving a solid weft colour across the fabric (single ikat cloths) When this effect is also created with weft threads it is called double ikat.

All fabrics are cotton and vary from medium to very lightweight. They are approximately 10cm x 15cm. Designs may vary from those shown but there are no duplicates in the packs.

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blue block printed and ikat woven assorted fabrics *****Posted by Maura T on April 9 2024 at 22:37This is an ideal way to expand your fabrics for a boro or slow wtitch piece without having to buy a fat quarter of each fabric! The cloth is nice and soft and the needle will pass through them very nicely. They are a nice selection of blue hues and patterns.
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