• Hand-stitched in Bangladesh from six layers of vintage sari cloth
• Made by women in a vulnerable, high risk situation or in recovery from sexual oppression.
• One (or two) of a kind. Each blanket is totally unique!
"I received the kantha throw yesterday and wanted to let you know how lovely I think it is. The colors are beautiful and the silk so soft. The stitching is amazing. Such workmanship is hard to find these days. Thank you so much and many thanks to the wonderful woman who made it!"
"WOW! What an amazing throw I received. You (and the woman who made it) made it worth every penny. The packaging was beautiful and so heartfelt. In an economy where it's easy to buy un-ethically you made it worth my while to invest in your product. Well done!!"
"The throw I bought from Dignify is so long, I no longer have to decide whether to cover my feet or my shoulders when I lay down on the couch! I love mine so much (it was a gift), I'm picking up two for housewarming gifts tomorrow. I love that it also supports women and allows them the dignity to be employed, away from the sex trade."
"I received my blanket yesterday and I absolutely LOVE it - thank you sooo much!!!"
"I love my blankets! Just wrapping them for gifts & trying to figure out how I can buy more... I told my girls the story of how you are doing this business to help women from poor countries make a living. [My daughter] said, "That's a great idea, Mom! How did she think of that?" So, we're big fans here!!"
"Just a quick note to say thank you for sending the Silk Kantha throw so quickly and beautifully (I didn't even want to take it out of the box the packaging was so lovely)! I look forward to ordering more gorgeous throws from you in the future!"
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Hi there! I just wanted to say that I so enjoy reading your newsletters each Saturday morning. I am a no spam person and have essentially unsubscribed from all mailing lists. Except yours. Also, I am a repeat customer. New kantha day is the best day. My husband and I are currently becoming recertified for foster parenting, as the youngest three of our seven children were adopted through foster care, and one of the first things I purchased was a mini kantha. Because, I mean, what else do you need? We will be welcoming a preschool, or younger, aged little boy into our home and obviously only a kantha will do for his special blanket. We’re not sure how long each boy will stay, maybe for always or maybe a day, but you better believe they will all have a very special kantha-lovey. And by the way, the blanket I chose is perfect. I opened the package and gasped. It’s exactly what I wanted. — Candi Brewster →