Auntie Oti April 07 2016

Founded in 2011, Auntie Oti aims to introduce the world to time-honored Indian craftsmanship by way of beautiful, artisan-made linens. The collection is rooted in khadi—a government-protected, hand woven cotton fabric made of hand-spun yarn—M.K. Gandhi himself is credited with reviving the handicraft in the 1920s in an effort to encourage small villages to become self-sufficient.