It’s no secret that I love the handcrafted style of unique Indian block prints…to wear, as throw pillows or to set your table. This week for my Five Faves with Cindy and Annie I’m showing you Indian cotton prints that I love.
1. What to listen to: “Both Sides Now”
I mentioned liking the movie, CODA before, here is the lovely song that the actress, Emilia Jones sang in the movie. It’s interesting that not only did she have to learn sign language for the movie, she took singing lessons.
You can listen to the song while reading the rest of the post. Just turn it down a bit.
2. Lovely Indian Block Prints in Pillows
Just the thing to refresh your space for summer!
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“Block printing refers to the printing technique of pressing and stamping fabric with carved wooden blocks filled with color.“
3. Block Print Sarong/Bathing Suit Cover-ups
4. Indian Table Linens
5. Indian Block Print Dresses/Caftans and Tunics
The dress below I bought in a little shop in Mykonos while on vacation. Here I am holding a block print pillow at Juxtaposition in Newport Beach.
“Block printing is known to have been used in India since at least the 12th century, although this method is thought to be around 2,000 years old.”
If you are new here, each Sunday I share my top five favorite things along with my friends, Cindy and Annie. It’s like our weekly “catch-up” phone call.
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Let’s see what Annie and Cindy’s Five Faves are this week: