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Vibrant hues and stunning patterns are hallmarks of traditional sari fabrics in India. These Cafe-Style Aprons are lovely examples of one of many ways this unique beauty is upcycled when the saris are no longer able to be worn. Coordinating or contrasting colors on the waistband ties beautifully highlights these kitchen necessities. And you'll also appreciate the hand-stitching that adds yet another layer of handmade details.

Every Kantha Apron goes through the hands of 5 women and provides approximately 6 hours of work!

"Asha Project exists to empower women in India to help support their families and bring hope back to their communities. Asha Project was created with a vision to empower women in India to help break the cycle of poverty that has a hold on their families and communities. We believe HOPE (Asha) is the first step in breaking the cycle of poverty in India and around the world. Hope for Change. Hope for a Better Future. Hope for Something New."

Kantha Cafe Apron

  • Handmade in India by Asha Project

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