Nor black nor white, Sujani hand embroidered stole and mask combo
SUJANI A household recycling device, Sujani embroidery is traditionally used to make quilts by patching together worn out unstitched local garments with patterns of simple running stitch in coloured and white threads lending the fabric new structure while ornamenting it. The word Sujani itself reflects this principle – su means easy and facilitating, while jani means birth. This collection of co-ordinated masks with stoles is a limited edition capsule collection 'Jiyo for MeMeraki' , handpainted by artist Narmada and has been created by Jiyo! Sujani Jeevika Swavlambi Sehkari Samiti Limited, Bihar.
- Limited edition: Only 1 stole in stock
- Material: Mask - Cotton, Stole - Silk
- Size: Stole: 80" X 22"