This organic cotton table cloth is inspired by the Magnolia flower bud. The pattern is printed by hand using a carved wooden block and then dyed in Indigo. The cracks in the white space looks like batik printing and comes from the cracking of mud paste. When the mud dries and cracks, the Indigo takes the opportunity to freely seep in and celebrate! There is a 2" indigo border on the short sides.
Block printed by hand using a carved wooden block
Hand dyed in Natural Dyes
Color - Blue and white
Fabric - organic cotton
Size: 56" x 108"
This product is printed by hand using a wooden block on hand spun and hand woven organic cotton fabric, called Khadi. The cotton fiber is reaped by farmers in a dry, soley rain fed region, without the use of chemicals. This slow process continues from the farmer, weaver, to the printer and dyer, who immerses the fabric in a bath of full of flowers, fruit skins, and/or spices.
Hand block printing is a preserved tradition, passed down through generations. Thank you for supporting this dying craft, as well as encouraging on organic cotton farmer keep the tradition alive.
Ichcha is a triple sister team, working on bringing ethically and eco-consciously produced whimsical designs to people around the world. Our products, designed in NYC and meticulously handmade in India, can be found at brick + mortar stores around the world. Born and brought up as Diplomat children, we've travelled the world and now are sharing our vision of the world through our products. We believe in doing good work with good people for good reason.