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Janki Creation Indian Handmade Floral Print King Size Kantha Qui

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Janki Creation Indian Handmade Floral Print King Size Kantha Qui

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this is a natural vegitable dyed handmade kantha quilt.made with 100% cotton. It can be use as a bed cover,bedspread,quilt,wall decor,picnicamp;beach throw etc. Kantha is still the most popular form of embroidery practiced by rural women.typically use saris and cloth and layer them with kantha stitch to make a light blanket, throw or bedspread. These cotton lightweight "Quilts" with a beautiful and colorful Floral design can be used as: 1. Bedspread , Bedding Throw , Blanket Or Quilt 2. A Summer Bed Cover 3. A Fabulous Picnic Rug 4. Nice Bedroom Quilt , This can fit to a 90 x 108 inch's wide King size bed as blanket or throw or can easily fit as bedspread / bed cover to King bed . Washing Instruction – Easy To Hand Wash amp; Dry Clean.

Janki Creation Indian Handmade Floral Print King Size Kantha Qui

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