How the Handloom Sarees are Made? The Indian Weaves

Since Ancient times India’s culture and traditions in the handloom were brilliant and has their own importance in weaving and getting attracted by every person from kids to the older ages.

Handloom Sarees Making Process

Handloom sarees are made up of silk and cotton threads and almost 60 – 120 threads in one single linen saree and also it is the most exhausting type of work and weaving saree is the most creative designing process, so, it is a time taking process for any type of silk saree. Handloom sari weaving is typically a family business and is considered a cottage industry in India.  The final product of the handloom weaving process is made up of several stages. Weavers and local specialists around weaving villages used to do the dyeing (during the yarn, fabric, or garment stage), warping, sizing, attaching the warp, weft winding, and weaving.

Handloom silk is woven in a variety of designs and forms throughout India. Each state has its own weaving style, and the motifs vary from one state to the next. Punjab’s phulkari, Rajasthan’s tie-and-dye, Banaras’ brocade, West Bengal’s Daccai, and Andhra Pradesh’s and Odisha’s Ikkats are just a few of India’s precious jewels. Shuttle-pit looms made of wood and rope are used to weave handloom silks. The dyed yarn for these sarees is outsourced, and master weavers weave the warp and weft yarns on the loom to create bewitching sarees. The people who weave the fabric also make these yarns. It’s fascinating to see how people living in squalid conditions with few resources to meet even their most basic needs of food, water, and shelter weave such beautiful fabrics and stick to their craft no matter what. It is up to us to learn from them how to value and respect our traditional heritage so that it does not perish.

Authentic handloom textiles are characterized by an uneven texture. Cotton yarn, silk yarn, zari, and wool linens are the most popular choices of raw materials for handloom weaving. Every individual region of India has different types of raw materials for its idiosyncratic handloom products.  Since from classic civilization times to till now, the handloom has been the pride of India’s habitual and civilizing brilliance

It goes without saying that Indian tradition and handloom sarees go hand in hand. In India’s fashion world, any other type of saree is a secondary consideration. As a result, handloom silk sarees come in a wide range of colors and patterns. We at VillageHaat believe in giving our customers something unique. Our designers create these sarees in such a way that our customers can own them while maintaining their individuality. Handloom silk sarees are available in our store, online across India

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