These beautiful block printed cotton shrine cloths are handwoven in Kathmandu, Nepal by Dhukuti, The Association for Craft Producers.
ACP is a not for profit, fair trade organization that seeks to advance and globally distribute the work of low-income Nepalese women craft producers. Women at ACP receive fair wages and generous benefits including medical stipends, children's education and retirement funding among others.
Each piece may differ slightly due to their handmade nature.
Green cloth measures approximately 180cm x 30cm, Blue cloth measures approximately 150cm x 30cm.
Hand wash in cold water.
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