Jamdani fabric is a fine woven fabric in cotton crafted by supplementary weft technique of weaving. Historically referred to as Muslin, the jamdani textile is one of the most unique crafts for which Anuprerna is working along with around 100+ Jamdani weavers scattered across four villages in the Bengal region.
Do you wonder about the steps involved in the organic processing of cotton khadi? We will discuss the processing of cotton, grown organically, into Organic Cotton Khadi in this blog. Organic Cotton Yarn Is Handspun And Handwoven To Produce Organic Khadi.
With low To Minimal Impact On Environment, the process
Wonder what can be more ethical & environment friendly than fabrics made with just natural fibre like cotton & silk. It's the Indian Khadi, which has been handspun & handwoven from the natural fibres, making the process of making the fabric also ethical & sustainable.
With its rich and varied textile traditions, weavers of Bengal have been practising these crafts for centuries, with an instinctive sense of colour, weave and harmony. These crafts were primarily pioneered to be used for Indian wears, ethnic clothes for centuries. However, in recent times, it has been extensively used
Eastern part of India especially bengal weavers are renowned for weaving the finest count of hand-spun cotton yarn for a long time. Unfortunately, we are seeing such fine arts on the verge extinction, therefore at Anuprerna we are in continuous endeavour to revive such beautiful complex crafts working with certain
Long before the weaving can actually start, the yarns for setting up the loom is prepared. This prepatory phase starts from choosing the yarn and its quantiy, goes through yarn dyeing, washing, winding and warping/drumming, and continues all the way to drafting and denting. The pre-loom phase is time consuming