Indigenous everyday objects are a tangible manifestation of cultural and social legacy and effective indicators of faith and belief systems of a community. Such traditions often don’t begin as an abstract philosophy but are born out of necessity. ‘Itinerant’ explores such deep-seated connotations and assumptions about craft processes and quotidian objects through Kantha, a Bengali quilting tradition. The quasi-ritualistic process of deconstructing and reconstructing the quilts draws parallels to votive objects and related faith-based practices. Used vintage quilts have been rubbed, torn, cut, aged, painted and embroidered with hand-spun cotton yarn in an attempt to underline the impermanence of material, memory and time.