One of the things she did during her residency in Pushkar was to help find use for small pieces of fabric discarded from making clothing.
She designed a patchwork-type purse using pieces of hand-spun, indigo-dyed fabric.
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The stitching is called Sujuni. It is different from the Kantha stitch in that there is a chain stitch used to outline figures and shapes and the straight-line running stitch is used as a filler. To read more about these two forms of Indian traditional embroidery, click here.