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Kachchh Embroidery - Silk Bag - Khudisebha - Warm Umber


A roomy carry bag made with textural silk and adorned with a quilting stitch known as Khudisebha. Complete with an easy zip closure and three inner pockets to organize your valuables. Can be held in hand or worn comfortably on the shoulder. Lined with cotton.

Khudisebha is a stitch technique shared across many embroidery communities in Kachchh, India. These embroideries bring the richness of desert cultures into your hands — heirlooms for the future. Each embroidery is a unique expression of the woman who made it. No two are the same.

Size is approx. 14" x 19" x 4", handle drop 11".


  • Traditionally stitched silk
  • Cotton lining
  • Zipper closure
  • Inner zip pocket
  • Two inner pouch pockets

Note: This embroidery piece is one of a kind.

* Embroidery may vary slightly from image shown.


The language of stitches builds within a community over hundreds of years. It is a source of identity that is transferred from one generation to the next. It is learned in the same way a spoken language is learned; with children sitting beside the adults. In an oral culture the stitched language records everything of importance from the epic to the personal.

Maiwa works with embroiderers through many co-operative structures within India. The women embroider, design, market and innovate as entrepreneur artisans. The goal is financial self-determination and empowerment through education and a clear sense of the value of their work.

Meet the Artisans.

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