Kantha Quilt Pant by Kardo
The Kantha Quilt Pant by Kardo is made by one tailor from beginning to end, using hand spun and handwoven cotton. They are dyed using natural indigo and hand embroidered using Kantha embroidery, a specific type of craft that creates a 'cushion' like fabric. Kantha is traditional to the Eastern regions of India -- and these pants in particular are stitched by Bengali embroidery artisans in New Delhi. Kantha stitching is often used for making blankets from upcycled materials, so you can imagine just how cozy the Kantha Quilt Pant is. Highly wearable, comfortable and sure to last.Read More
100% KHADI COTTON, COROZO BUTTONS
NEW DELHI, INDIA
MACHINE WASH 30 C, USE A MILD DETERGENT. TUMBLE DRY LOW, DO NOT BLEACH, WARM IRON, DRY FLAT.
PICTURED, JOSE CARLOS IS 5'9, AND IS WEARING A SIZE S
About The Maker: KARDO
We're excited to offer to you, KARDO-- one-of-a-kind pieces inspired by traditional tailoring and workwear. They follow a ‘ONExONE’ production philosophy in which each piece of clothing is hand-cut and sewn by a single tailor from beginning to end — each item carefully hand-finished. Thoughtfully designed and produced at the KARDO workshop in New Delhi, India, each garment is labeled on the tag with information about each maker involved in it’s entire production process. KARDO honors traditional weaving, dying and printing techniques, using fabrics such as natural indigo denim and processes like block printing and Chikankari embroidery. KARDO actively supports and collaborates with handloom weaving communities throughout India in hopes of preserving these traditional techniques and reducing environmental impact.