The Carnation-Delta design features the classic botanical carnation motif on one side, complemented by a striped triangular delta pattern on the reverse, beautifully framed with a scrolling floral border. Simply flip the quilt to refresh your room whenever you desire a change.
Dramatic designs in rich tones make our handmade indigo quilts elegantly chic. Drawing upon centuries old techniques, our red, off-white and indigo dyed collection is made using a complex process called “Jahota” printing that produces subtle variations in color and pattern, lending depth and character to each piece.
These handmade all-natural Indian quilts feel lightweight and breathable but remain perfectly warm to sleep under all year round, except during the hottest of months. The super-fine cotton voile feels soft as a cloud and only grows softer with each wash. The substantial cotton infill makes these quilts irresistibly snug. Layer one over your bed and stash a twin sized alternative beside your couch to keep you cozy on cold nights.
Pair these striking quilts with our matching pillow cases and euros for a coordinated look with white or solid colored sheets, or get adventurous and mix them up with any of the block printed bedding designs from our catalog with florals, paisleys or geometric designs.
*Some color rub off is to be expected in indigo dyed textiles over a few initial wash cycles. We recommend cold washing separately.
Process: This meticulous craft originates from the village of Jahota in Rajasthan and combines the “bagru” and “dabu” printing processes. The design is hand block printed in black and red colors that are typical in bagru printing.
The mud-resist or “dabu” process is then used in a 2-step process for indigo dyeing in two shades. The pattern that is not blue in the final design is covered entirely by carefully block printing over it with a dye-resistant mud paste. The fabric is then dusted with sand and dried in sunlight before dipping it gently into an indigo dye bath to achieve a light blue shade for the background. The pattern appearing in light blue is then blocked with the dabu, and the fabric is placed back in an indigo bath to get the deep blue background. The dabu is then removed, and all the colored patterns are revealed.