Each contemporary cotton cushion cover is embroidered by the Garasia Jat women of Kutch in western India, using their signature cross-stitch - with a difference. In this collection, traditional Jat patterns are transformed into limited edition abstract works of art inspired by the mid-century Modernist design movement.
Garasia Jats are Islamic pastoralists who have migrated to Kutch. Their embroidery is inspired by Islamic ornament, and has a rich array of geometric patterns that are picked out in counted-thread work.
Locally grown and hand woven organic Kala Cotton is not just environment sound, but the simple structure of the plain weave makes it appropriate for counted-thread work. This sustainable fibre is naturally drought and pest resistant.
These designs deliberately break away from traditional forms, to allow for a spontaneous interpretation of the grid, define by patterns, lines, textures and shapes. This contemporary co-creation keeps the essence of Jat embroidery alive, while allowing for innovation to open new markets for the traditional craft.
16in x 16in 40cm x 40cm
Dry Clean Only
Please note that all our products are meticulously handmade by master artisans one piece at a time. Due to this process, there may be a variation from one item to the next. Such variations are inherent in the manufacturing of handmade products, so you may expect minor distinctions that will make your purchase special and truly one of a kind.
Product Dispatch & Shipping Notice
Dispatched within 10 working days of receiving your order. No refunds or returns.