A selection of the most special patchwork quilts by Siddi women of Karnataka. Siddis are a community of people of African descent, who, over the past 5 centuries have settled in Karnataka.
This piece was made by Shakirambi. Multiple layers of upcycled fabrics and sarees are sewn together using a running stitch, moving towards the center in concentric squares, with patchwork elements added along with it. Each quilt takes 15-30 days to make, sewn in between house chores and farm work.
One of a kind. Measures approx. 57 1/2 in. x 90 1/4 in.
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