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Soojmalligi Khun Cotton-Silk Stole: Black and Grey
Soojmalligi Khun Cotton-Silk Stole: Black and Grey
Soojmalligi Khun Cotton-Silk Stole: Black and Grey
Soojmalligi Khun Cotton-Silk Stole: Black and Grey
Soojmalligi Khun Cotton-Silk Stole: Black and Grey
Soojmalligi Khun Cotton-Silk Stole: Black and Grey

Kubsa Handcrafted textiles

Soojmalligi Khun Cotton-Silk Stole: Black and Grey

Rs. 3,200.00

Kubsa's black and grey Khun stole is hand woven by artisan, Janakka, and designed by Geeta Patil, who is transforming traditional textiles, hand woven on the pit looms of Guledgudda, in northern Karnataka, through contemporary design.

The Guledgudda 'Khun' is originally woven for a 'Kubsa' or blouse, and paired with the local 'Ilkal' sari, prized by the women of northern Karnataka and southern Maharashtra. The extra warp is usually seen in bright colours against a dark ground which was originally a natural dyed deep indigo. It is woven on a 31 inch-wide loom. So precious is the textile, that an entire 'Kubsa' blouse is made of a just a 20-inch long fabric, sewn optimally to minimize waste. Any shortage is compensated with a gusset!

The motif is called 'Soojmalligi' meaning Jasmine flower. Locally sourced mulberry silk and cotton is used, as Kubsa supports the entire ecosystem of artisan livelihoods, giving new life to this beloved textile.

Colour

Black and Grey (Azo-free)

Technique

Hand woven on a dobby loom

Materials

70% Mulberry Silk, 30% Cotton.
Silk (22 denier) is locally sourced from Siddhalghatta, Karnataka, and cotton (2/120s count) is from Coimbatore

Dimensions

80in x30in

Care Instructions

Dry clean only. Do not bleach. Warm iron

Product Dispatch & Shipping Notice

A small quantity is available for immediate dispatch, 3 days from receiving your order. No refunds or returns.