Artisan Designs • Ethically Made

Marigold Way designs with master artisans across India who handcraft each piece.
Our products carry stories ~ full of history, culture, tradition and friendships made along the way.
We are committed to fair trade, sustainable materials and eco-friendly methods.

Thank you for supporting Artisan communities across the globe!

Ella Tunic
Ella Tunic
$72.00
Good Earth Tunic
Carly Tunic
Carly Tunic
$58.00
Amy Tunic ~ Taupe
3 Stacking Rings
Altar Bell
Altar Bell
$120.00
Bell Hoop
Bell Hoop
$32.00
Beloved ~ Gold or Silver
Sarong Scarf
Sarong Scarf
$36.00
Sarong Scarf
Sarong Scarf
$36.00
Sarong Scarf
Sarong Scarf
$36.00
Sarong Scarf
Sarong Scarf
$36.00
Kimono Robe ~ Deep Pink Garden
Kimono Robe ~ Blue Floral
Kimono Robe ~ Pink Floral
Kimono Robe ~ Turquoise/Brown Floral
Hand embroidered Pillow cases Set of 2
Pillow cases Set of 2
Pillow cases Set of 2
Pillow cases Set of 2
Turkish Towel ~ Ton-Sur-Ton Red
Turkish Towel ~ Ton-Sur-Ton Lime
Turkish Towel ~ Ton-Sur-Ton Teal
Turkish Towel ~ Illusion Orange
Tablecloth 72" x 108"
Tablecloth 72" x 108"
Tablecloth 86" Round
Patchwork Green Tablecloth 60" Square
Incense Collection ~ Herb Chest
Incense Collection ~ Floral Nocturne
Incense Collection ~ Asian Delights
Incense Collection ~ Balsamic Woods
Bhuti Baby Bootie ~ Little Lotus
Bhuti Baby Bootie ~ Peachy Flowers
Blissful Baby Salve ~ 1 oz
Ribbon Giraffe ~ Blue Snail

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Cashmere vs. Wool - Goats vs. Sheep!

Cashmere vs. Wool - Goats vs. Sheep!

Some of us ask, "Is cashmere some kind of wool and why is it so expensive?" Goats grow hair and sheep grow wool. Cashmere comes from a goat and wool comes from a sheep. 

 

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One Million Tiny Stitches - Vintage Kantha Quilts

One Million Tiny Stitches - Vintage Kantha Quilts

Kanthas originate in Bangladesh and the eastern states of India, where women stitch together layer upon layer of old saris and cotton scraps to create thin throws used as blankets and cushions. The ultimate in upcycling and recycling!

Kanthas are whimsically different on both sides with delightfully boho unmatched prints and colors. Just flip them over to find a complementary color and pattern on the underside. Kantha throws are a one of a kind item which don’t come in one single color and are organic and eco-friendly. As these are made by old recycled saris they may have some loose threads, open ends, small spots/stain and small patches which are not considered defects, as the item is made of vintage material. 

How can you use kantha quilts in your home? 

Layer them over your sofa at the ready to snuggle and to add a pop of color.

 Kanthas make great table covers...thin enough that glasses won't wobble...

Photo by Thomas Loof

If you are handy with needle and thread, kantha quilts make durable and fun pillow covers and furniture covers like ottomans and benches. 

Photo by Justina Blakeney

 

Shop Vintage Kantha Quilts at our retail location Marigold Way in Northeast Minneapolis. Here are details of a few of the pieces we've collected for you from Rajasthan, India. 

Ranging in size from 48" x 80" to 92" x 62 we sell them for $120 each.

   
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What is Olibanum and the Story of Maroma

What is Olibanum and the Story of Maroma

"Just what is Olibanum? " I instantly fell in love with the scent of the Olibanum Citrus essential oil and soap and I now prefer to wear it over a sweeter scent.

Crafted in the beautiful seaside town of Auroville on the east coast of South India. All of Maroma's products use clean and pure essential oils and botanical extracts, with the added bonus of being vegan, cruelty-free and never tested on animals. We love carrying the Maroma body care and home fragrance products in our store.

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