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Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Kawadi Workshop

As part of an activity for the Nool Koota group (the name for a group of us from our community who used to meet once a week to share skills and learn about crochet and knitting and a sewing, before Covid took over our lives!!) I had offered to teach the making of a Kawadi quilt. I had attended a workshop a couple of years ago and had loved the experience. The Kawadi quilts originated from the Siddi tribe of women from a North Karnataka. The details are in an earlier post given below. 
Since we are all social distancing at the moment we decided to do this virtually. 
It was a couple freaky fun sessions. Everyone was enthusiastic and 4 or 5 people completed their squares! 


My end result, 4 cushion 










2 comments:

  1. so lovely they look! nice and bright. it was really a wonderful workshop.

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  2. Lovely! Are they hemmed first or put on raw edged?

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