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Tuesday, 21 January 2014


I bought a magazine and it had an article in it about kantha. It is a traditional Indian method of reusing worn fabrics. A way to make them good again. They would take two worn fabrics and stitch them together with decorative running stitches to make a new, stronger fabric which they could use. Of course I didn't find worn fabric, I got some perfectly good fabric out from my stash! Then I started stitching. It was so much fun! I am planning to do this some more. As soon as I get my sewing space better set up. Want to know what I did with my pinboards? Check out this post at A Making Life!


Shay said...

This explains why you loved my cushions so much on Saturday!

Love the look of kantha. This is going to be so pretty!

Anonymous said...

interesting i hadnt heard of this before.xx

Little House on the Hill said...

What a great way to up cycle fabric
and your stitching looks great.

Cheers Pauline

Jantine said...

love the reuse idea and you did osme amazijn gstitching, even if it was on new fabric ;-)

Ulla's Quilt World said...

So lovely! :)
Greetings from Finland!
Hugs, Ulla

Suzanne said...

Very pretty!