Sahati Charcoal Hand Stitched Throw 50x70

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John Robshaw

  These super fine cotton throw are patiently stitched by hand, each one taking a week to complete. Crafted in thin layers of cotton voile, and a contrasting reverse of cotton chambray, only the super fine fabric brushes against your skin, not the stitches themselves. Pompoms were added...just for fun!...

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These super fine cotton throw are patiently stitched by hand, each one taking a week to complete. Crafted in thin layers of cotton voile, and a contrasting reverse of cotton chambray, only the super fine fabric brushes against your skin, not the stitches themselves. Pompoms were added...just for fun!

"I make an incredibly durable quilt. I use the finest cotton voile available, and hand stitch instead of machine stitch, resulting in super-soft quilts that float over your body. You will know your wrapped up in an Indian stitched quilt when you don’t even notice there are any stitches."

John Robshaw has persisted through the years finding the most skilled artisans to work with to maintain his commitment to producing unique and hand crafted creations. 

 

  • 50" x 70"
  • 100% Cotton
  • Chambray
  • Hand Stitched

Meet John Robshaw 

John Robshaw has persisted through the years finding the most skilled artisans to work with to maintain his commitment to producing unique and hand crafted creations. His sharp eye for beauty and originality helped John come upon just the right block carvers, dye masters, printers as well as quilters, weavers and seamstresses to bring his designs to life.

After studying traditional block prints in China, John journeyed to India to find natural indigo dye for his paintings. Instead, he fell in love with the fabric-making traditions of the local artisans.

"By producing my textiles abroad, I get to become a minor character in the lives of the people I work with, and I can take inspiration from what I see and do there. I go to their weddings, celebrate their festivals, I get sick with them, I develop relationships with the people who are teaching me. When you look at my textiles, its like you've been on the world tour along with me." Robshaw

 

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