The fashionable and exotic weaving, different kinds of motifs, zari and emeralds have become the favourite among women all over the world. Even with all technology Banarasi silk dupatta is weaved with hand-loom techniques which bring out the different softness and texture. The process starts with the selection of yarn as the base should be strong for any product. Then Reeling (tying the yarn in a bundle) the treads separately rise on the reeling machine. The process continues with the dying of yarn in particular colours. Then comes the magical process of where the dupatta is woven in a handloom. Banarasi silk dupatta is woven on jacquard pit looms. The warp (tana) holds the tension on the loom and lift, whereas weft (bana) are placed in a shuttle. The shutter moves and interweaves the warp and weft (back and forth). With the floral pattern and solid zari work the dupatta is weaved in three days. The width of the dupatta is 35”. The magical process of weaving is what makes fabric special and unique. With the final touch of love and cutting the tiny threads on the fabric. These Banarasi silk dupattas are then folded and packaged with love. For wash care, always hand-wash the dupatta gently, never machine-wash them. It is advised to only use conditioner and cold water. Avoid direct sundry; it may cause the colour to fade and keep them in dark while wrapping it on a soft cloth.
Bright Red Handwoven Banarasi Silk Dupatta
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