This print is inspired from Australian flora .
Using a 300-year-old mud resist printing technique, Indian artisans hand-stamp each all-cotton quilt cover with handcarved wood blocks. Each quilt cover is then immersed multiple times in a vat of dye and washed to reveal an intricate pattern.The technique is called mud block printing.
This process has very small carbon emissions as it does not use electricity .It is one of the oldest and most sustainable ways to print fabric.
The base fabric used for printing is premium 100% cotton .
Size in centimeters = 210x275 cm
Fabric : Cotton
The quilt cover has fabric ties to secure the quilt on one side and is reversible featuring a stripes pattern on the other side .
Washing instructions:This product can be washed in the washing machine on a gentle cold cycle.Wash Separately .Use a gentle washing detergent with no bleach . No bleach or bleach additives . Line dry in shade .