Cotton Natural Dyed Block Art Prints Single Bedcover by Bindaas Unlimited
Partners BINDAAS UNLIMITED
Partners BINDAAS UNLIMITED SKU: BU/184/4/17
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|Shipping||Ready stock. It can be delivered within 3-5 days. Returns accepted|
|Size||Bed Cover : Length - 92 inches, Width - 59 inches.|
|Weight||575 grams (approximately).|
|Material||Fine quality natural dyed block printed 100% pure cotton single bed cover.|
|Care||The softness of cotton and natural colors only gets better with ever wash. Please try and follow care instructions to extend the life of the bed covers. Hand wash separately in cold water for the first time, thereafter machine wash is fine. (Do not use bleach. Do not scrub. Do not soak for too long) Excess natural colors may bleed when washed for the first time.
|Colour||Slight difference in color from the visible product image is possible. Read more.|
Welcome to The Bindaas Unlimited world of mazedaar prints that make you smile :) Each of our designs tells a story, desi motifs created for a global sensibility.
We use the traditional skill of hand printing and natural dyeing for our fabrics that includes a whole lot of ajeeb things- bark, flowers, wheat waste, clay, lime, tree gum, tamarind seed powder, iron, German indigo and alizerin - Fullum full eco friendly Jugaad which has made us one of the largest producers in India! What makes it totally worth all the mehnat is the masti we have creating this art with the Chippa community of Rajasthan and printers of Kutch.