An embroidered piece by Nasima Bai, an artisan belonging to the Jat community of Kutch.
The Jats are admired for their embroidery. Seen in this piece is one of the most well-known forms of Jat embroidery, which uses an array of geometric patterns in counted threadwork and tiny cross stitches. Oftentimes their work is studded with mirrors.
All fabrics used are locally made, hand-loomed and vegetable dyed. Double-lined, with a slot at the back to allow easy hanging on a rod/pole. Only one piece, one-of-a-kind.
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