handblock

handblock

Etymology: AS, hand + Fr, bloc
a device made of a wood block several inches high with a firm handle that can assist a disabled patient in sitting push-ups, which can enhance transfers or mobility in bed. Also called push-up block.
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Their shirts are handblock printed in Jaipur - so certainly not run-ofthe mill - and made from 100% cotton.
LET the sunshine in with this cute 1940s style frill sleeve dress in handblock print cotton, pounds 95 from People Tree.
In Nusserpur, efforts are being made to revive natural dyed susi as part of a project initiated by KOEL, a workshop that has pioneered the revival of handblock printed fabrics (figure 11).