About this product
The signature magnet design brought to life using the discharge printing method, which lifts the blue dye after printing. Super-soft, heavy khadi holds its shape even in the most well-trafficked reading nooks.
To make this block printed fabric, each design is traced onto a wooden slab, which then is carved by hammer and chisel into a printing block. The block is then printed meticulously by hand using soft, AZO-free, non toxic pigment. Variation in printing & color are hallmarks of hand block printing and dyeing in small batches.
Block Shop is a textile, art, and design studio founded by sisters Hopie and Lily Stockman based in Los Angeles. They are a multi-generational team of artists and craftspeople devoted to celebrating the rich history, process, and materials of handmade textile production. Block Shop invests 5% of their profits in their biannual Community Health Camps in Jaipur, where we started our company in 2013.
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Dimensions: 45 x 45cm
Materials: 100% cotton handwoven Indian khadi; AZO-free, non-toxic dye. Matching hidden zipper enclosure.
Hand block printed by 5th generation master printers in Jaipur
Traditional Craft Preservation
This product supports the preservation of heritage crafts which often embody culture and intergenerational knowledge. These products enable artisans to create sustainable livelihoods using these skills.
This product does not contain any ingredients shown or suspected to harm human health including
but not limited to parabens, phthalates, PEGs, DEAs, SLS, Triclosan, Formaldehyde, ethanolamines, chemical sunscreens, synthetic fragrance, BHT, and BHA, hormone disruptors and carcinogens.
This product is made by a female owned and operated business. Supporting female businesses has trickle-down benefits for the entire community which includes education, employment, and economic opportunities.