Rajasthani kantha is a form of embroidery often used by rural women. The traditional form of canta embroidery is a soft dottis and sari, made with simple stitches around the edges.
The earliest and most basic kantha stitch is the simple straight stitch used in kantha saree scarves. The beauty of this kantha is that the front side is a complex geometric pattern, while the back side of the fabric is shaped by looping the thread on only one side, leaving a simple kantha with straight running stitches. It is to be done.