Ikat is a loom-woven textile created by a remarkable process. Ikat is produced in many traditional textile centres around the world, from India to Central Asia, Southeast Asia, Japan.
A master weaver first ties bundles of warp threads in precise patterns to prepare for colored dyes. A more intricate resist-dyeing technique like tie-dyeing, tied patterns must accurately match the planned fabric design.
Next the weaver secures the dyed warp threads to the loom and checks for accuracy.
Double Ikat is a technique in which both warp and the weft are resist-dyed prior to weaving. Obviously it is the most difficult to make and the most expensive. Double ikat is only produced in three countries: India, Japan and Indonesia.
Ikat is a weaving style common to many world cultures. It is probably one of the oldest forms of textile decoration. However, it is most prevalent in Indonesia, India and Japan.
Ikat Fabrics: We have various designs are available in different Fabrics in Ikat (Silks and Cottons).
Ikat Dupattas: We have various Dupattas available in Ikat designs. Value addditions like Hand Painted Kalamkari is also carried out on these dupattas.
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