In the villages of Kutch, tradition is like a seamstress, and an unswerving one at that. It runs between the threads of the warp and the weft going up and down, in and out, hither and thither, giving form to a weaver’s imagination. In this, the humble handloom — a complex and laborious system sustains many artisan families in Bhujodi who live and breathe their craft. This is an ancient art and weaving technique. Also time consuming .
Weave Type:: Kutch Weaving
Work Type:: Bhujodi
( But We Loomed it in Fulia, West Bengal:: In Fulia we can be loomed anything with our skilled weavers except Double Ikkat & Kanjivaram. Our looming patterns and weaving techniques don’t allow original double ikkat or kanjIvaram with our existing looms but if we prepare fresh looms for ikkat and kanjivaram then it can be possible.)
Fabric:: Hand-Spun Cotton ( Pure Khadi By Khadi )
Length::6.4 MTR with attached blouse ( blouse colour Brick Red )
Width:: 48.5 inches
Weave Time ::6-8 days for a saree
Colour:: Grey for the saree.
Dye:: Vegetable Colour
Weight :: 950 gms approx including package
Wash::1st wash should be Dry Cleaning , then can do Cold Gentle Handwash, Use Herbal Shampoo as soap)
Other Care Instructions:: Avoid Heavy Sunlight, Extreme Heat and Detergent Soap, Don’t use any bleach or stain )