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Archive for: June, 2021


Muslin is a loosely woven cotton fabric. It’s made using the plain weave technique, which means that a single weft thread alternates over and under a single warp thread. Muslin is known as the material used in fashion prototypes to test patterns before cutting and stitching the final product. What Is the History of Muslin?


Would you believe it? Indian handloom made its way to ancient Egypt and Rome! Vividly dyed textile fabric from India was so prized that it adorned the royalty as far back as over a thousand years B.C.!! Hallowed Tradition Weaving in India has a very long tradition, predating the coming of the Aryans. People wore


*Look closely at the weaves of the handloom. Handloom weaves will definitely have some small imperfections and discrepancies. If every square inch looks exactly the same, it is unlikely to be authentic handloom. * A hand crafted product will always be special because every piece is ‘one of a kind’ – whether a beautiful painting,


“The ends of a khadi cloth are usually soft and loose as compared to a machine-woven cloth. So you can take a part of it and twist it in the direction of the yarn. It the threads tighten, the cloth is khadi. If it comes loose, it is handloom or mill-spun,” he explains. If you


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