Striped Kalamkari Onion Pink and Maroon
1 yard fabric, 45 inches wide. Pure cotton Indian fabric in onion skin pink and maroon stripes.
The fabric has been hand printed in one of the India's Kalamkari art centers. The color made from leaf extracts of herbal plants has been used to make this fabric. The fabric can be used for making dresses, as a border, as home furnishing fabric supply, as quilting material, also a valuable supply for making accessories like clutch, purses etc. This is a thick material and is especially good for upholstery.
Kalamkari or Qalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile, produced in parts of India. The word is derived from the Persian words kalam (pen) and kari (craftmanship), meaning drawing with a pen. The craft made at Pedana near by Machilipatnam in Krishna district, Andhra Pradesh, evolved with patronage of the Mughals and the Golconda sultanate.
Read more about Kalakari on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalamkari