This hand-woven dhurrie is woven in fine cotton and features traditional yet contemporary geometric patterns. It also has a crochet tasseled edging at the two sides that adds an effortless boho vibe. Ideal for use all-year round, Punja weaving is a traditional form of weaving practiced in different parts of India. This dhurrie comees to you from a cluster of artisans in Punjab. The craft gets its name from ‘Punja’, a metallic claw-like tool used to beat the weft, that is the horizontal set of threads woven on the loom. Punja Dhurries are woven in a wide range of bold patterns, complex geometrical as well as traditional motifs with striking colour combinations. Sabtera is a philanthropist organization working towards the upliftment and empowerment of women artisans of Punjab, who preserve and practice the tradition of Punja dhurrie weaving. Peepul Tree is proud to support the women artisans from Sabtera foundation and showcase some of the wonderful dhurries woven by them.