Weaving process

Learn the intricate weaving process and create beautiful handmade textiles. Explore step-by-step techniques and unleash your creativity in the world of weaving.
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The bag making starts with the weaving of hundred percent jute or Hybrid of Jute Cotton fabrics. In jute fabric, jute threads are used both in horizontal and vertical stitching, in jute cotton, jute is used in horizontal fashion (in shuttles of loom) to hide the roughness, and to give a detailed finish through cotton thread overlaying, jute cotton fabric is in more demand because cotton can be easily dyed in numerous color options and fine smooth texture feel.

Amâna Bioni
A power loom displaying the patterns used in weaving of the fabrics. Karnataka, Art, Weaving Designs, Handloom Weaving, Weaving Process, Hand Loom, Power Loom, Handloom, Silk Yarn

Handloom Weaving: Ilkal saree is woven in cotton along with art silk, with a border and a pallu of art silk or in mixed art silk and cotton. It is also woven with a silk border and pallu or even a body of silk and cotton with a silk border and pallu. Saree’s with a pure silk body, border and pallu with silk, art silk or cotton are later introductions. Gomi border and chikki paras’ border are the two types of borders observed in the Ilkal saree. Chikki means dots or stars and kaddi, kondi…

Spinning, Design, Tela, Weaving Process, Weaving Textiles, Weaving Techniques, Textile Patterns, Ikat Fabric, Weaving Patterns

Ikat is everywhere these days — as trendy as anything ancient can ever claim to be. Visible in traditional textiles ranging from Southeast Asia to South America to the Middle East and beyond, this type of pattern now lends interiors a kind of dressed-up bohemian vibe. But what is it, and where did it come from?Think about a typical patterned textile, say a floral upholstery fabric.

Manahil Malik