Colorful patterns stripe this traditional gudari 'Summakka' sari throw to brighten up your décor.
Village women in India repurpose vintage cotton saris into colorful layered patchworks called gudaris, each one of a kind, quilted by hand with traditional kantha stitching. In India, they were often dowry gifts, handed down for generations. In modern times, the lightweight quilts—which take up to six months to make—can dress a bed or drape a sofa in the colorful garb of India. Fully reversible, each side is different. Dry clean. Imported. Exclusive. 83" x 55".