Kantha Kitchen Towel

$ 12.00

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These hand-stitched kitchen towels are made out of 3 layers of recycled saree material. They are soft, absorbent, and fast-drying! 


+ Measurements: 25.5in x 19.5 in

+ Hand-stitched kitchen towels are made out of 3 layers of recycled saree

+ Material: Recycled Saree Fabric 

+ Care Instructions: Wash gently. Tumble Dry. Love Well.

+ Each Kantha Dish Cloth goes through the hands of 3 women and creates 5 hours of work!

You will notice that your kitchen towel is already well-loved, displaying patches and small imperfections. That is what is so amazing about recycled saree products, that they bear the patches of the women who loved them first! And now, every new stitch tells the story of a woman who is helping break the cycle of poverty for her family and community by using her skills to help provide for her family.

*Please note that the product you receive will be made from the same saree as the product pictured, however the exact design and colors may vary as we have multiple of these products made from different parts of the same recycled saree.


Asha Project has a passion for teaching women that they are worth more than they were brought up to believe. Asha's desire is that they would find hope for change and for a better future. A different woman prepared the materials, stitched the fabric, assembled the ornament, and did the final check. They make it a priority not only to make sure that all of our women receive a fair wage but also to make sure they know the value and worth they have as a mother, as a wife, as a friend, and as a woman using her skills to help support her family. Asha Project is a community. Not only do our women meet in small groups in their own neighborhoods once a week for community and handicrafts, but they are available to do life together and love and support each other every day of the week. All handicraft groups are led by women who themselves started out as a member of a handicraft group. They not only want to teach women how to be empowered but also how to empower other women.