Kutchi Weaving Saree
Bhujodi is a small town in Kutch region where weavers have perfected expertise in converting the motifs and weaving techniques of shawls into beautiful sarees and dupattas. It is also known as Kutchi Weaving, which is mostly practiced by Kachchhi weavers traditionally. They come from the Marwada community. The thinnest thread used for weaving is approximately 2.80. It takes 8 to10 days to weave a saree in which 11,000 threads are joint. On handloom, the process of weaving fabrics is done completely manually without the use of electric power. The process requires a harmony of motion and rhythm on the part of the weaver to create a unique product. This product provides rural employment and involves ethical practices.
- Size: 5 meter / 550 cm length
- Material: Soft Cotton
- Width: 47 inch
- Package Content - 1 Saree, 1 Blouse piece
- Wash Care -Most of our products are hand-dyed, hand-printed. Therefore, colors may bleed in initial washes. We recommend dry washing/cleaning them and ironing without steam. You may hand wash them separately with caution.
Note: Actual colors may vary slightly from the image depending on screen resolution. Due to the differences in displays of computers/laptops/phones, the colors on the product you receive may vary marginally from the colors seen on our website.
This product is handmade and each piece is unique! These are handcrafted items and will have slight irregularities that are a natural outcome of human involvement in the process. please cherish the little imperfections.