Mustard Kantha Quilt -Blankets and Throws- Jade and May

Kantha Quilt - Mustard

Regular price $175.00
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Our Mustard Kantha Quilt is a favourite here at Jade and May and I am sure you can see why! 

The Kantha Quilt is made using two layers of quality cotton fabric that have been hand stitched together using a traditional Kantha technique, giving the quilt it's name. 
A bright yellow mustard floral pattern on the front of the quilt with a plain mustard and white stitch on the reverse. 
This kantha quilt is large enough to fit a king bed, or to hang generously over a queen bed.  Use it over an existing doona for an extra layer of warmth or just with a top sheet in the summer months
Fold them over flat, and use them to to add colour, texture and warmth at the end of your bed or on the couch.... or even use it over a large dining table as a table cloth or outside as a super fun picnic rug!
Size 220cm x 270 fitting a queen or a king bed. 

** each quilt is hand stitched and handmade - some have joins, some have seams and most have small imperfections which is what gives them their character  ** 

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CLICK AND COLLECT is available at our Geelong Gift  Shop located at 17a Rutland St, Newtown (Geelong)

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Jan Wilkinson
Very Happy

My kantha mustard quilt arrived after a few days in Sydney from Victoria. I loved the colour on the reverse side and the finely stitched rows of black and white. Thank you Jade and May for donating part of the cost to support the virus pandemic in India.