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Under The Sun Cotton Ikkat Blouse

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Rs 1,599

  • SKU: DEPOTIKK006-XS
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Red Ikkat Cotton Mandarin Collor With V-Neck Elbow Length Blouse With Front Hooks Closure

Styled With "Rustic Filigiri" Kota Cotton/Silk Saree With Block Printing 

  • Fabric: Cotton
  • Pattern: Ikkat
  • Color: Red
  • Sleeve Length: Elbow Length
  • Neck Front And Back: 7” and collar
  • Model Is Wearing Small Size Blouse

Handcrafted In India

Care

  • Coldwater wash | Do not bleach and dry in shade
  • For first few washes separate wash is recommended. Bleeding of color in little amount is expected due to traditional dying process

Origin – There are three major regions in India when it comes to IKKAT – Andhra Pradesh/Telangana (Pochampally), Gujarat (Patola), and Odisha (Sambalpuri, Bomkai, Santhali etc.). Over the years, these three regions developed their own style of Ikkat weaving – each distinct in pattern and the way the yarn is dyed and used.

Technique - In Ikkat ('ee-kat') the resist is formed by binding individual yarns or bundles of yarns with a tight wrapping applied in the desired pattern. The yarns are then dyed. Ikkat woven fabric is usually with little blurriness, multiple colors and has complicated patterns.

Red Ikkat Cotton Mandarin Collor With V-Neck Elbow Length Blouse With Front Hooks Closure

Styled With "Rustic Filigiri" Kota Cotton/Silk Saree With Block Printing 

  • Fabric: Cotton
  • Pattern: Ikkat
  • Color: Red
  • Sleeve Length: Elbow Length
  • Neck Front And Back: 7” and collar
  • Model Is Wearing Small Size Blouse

Handcrafted In India

Care

  • Coldwater wash | Do not bleach and dry in shade
  • For first few washes separate wash is recommended. Bleeding of color in little amount is expected due to traditional dying process

Origin – There are three major regions in India when it comes to IKKAT – Andhra Pradesh/Telangana (Pochampally), Gujarat (Patola), and Odisha (Sambalpuri, Bomkai, Santhali etc.). Over the years, these three regions developed their own style of Ikkat weaving – each distinct in pattern and the way the yarn is dyed and used.

Technique - In Ikkat ('ee-kat') the resist is formed by binding individual yarns or bundles of yarns with a tight wrapping applied in the desired pattern. The yarns are then dyed. Ikkat woven fabric is usually with little blurriness, multiple colors and has complicated patterns.

Color may vary slightly from the image due to the screen brightness.

Every article is handcrafted hence unevenness in the selvedge and weave could be expected and colors may fade or bleed due to the traditional dyeing technique applied. Similarly there may be little variation in print and color due to nature of traditional Block Printing Technique.

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