Using traditional appliqué work and cloth as their paint and canvas, women artisans of a community in Kutch make one-of-a-kind pieces to tell their stories and experiences. Appliqué is one of the oldest art forms in the region of Gujarat, India, and a reflection of decades of experience and skill of elderly artisans in different communities in Kutch. All applique work is hand-sewn.
This piece is made by Lachuben. Here, she tells the story of a trip to Australia to learn embroidery.
All fabrics used in this piece are locally made, hand-loomed, and vegetable-dyed. Double-lined, with a slot at the back to allow easy hanging on a rod/pole. One of a kind, only one piece.
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