Every vintage silk wrap skirt is unique! Let me know if you are interested.
Micki was published in a weekly magazine.
Note the garland of flowers on their heads. It's a tradition to make them from the flowers growing in the wild.
This is absoloutely natural for us, even though it sounds crazy when I write about it. But all countries have there own special tradition and this is one of ours.
We have yellow, blue, green and red milk. Well, the milk is not colored, but the milk carton is. Depending on the amount of fat.
One of our shower curtains reminds me of my favourite milk from my childhood. The blue, that we also call light milk since it only contains 1,5 percentage of fat.
First they put the fabric in a bucket with cow dung for three days to bleach.
They print one colour at the time, wash the fabric in the water and dry it in the grass. Same procedure between every colour printing.
All colours are ecofriendly, gathered in the nature.
Finally they boil the fabric in a huge cannibal pot so the fabric will be shrink- and colorproof. Each pcs of 10 meter fabric takes about one month to make. As long as it's not rainy and windy.
A mix of beautiful Kalamkari printsAround the 20:th of june an airlot will arrive from India with bed sets, a few bed spreads and some bags with Kalamkari print. Let me know if you are interested!