Category: Textile Tech

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Malaysian Batik

Malaysian Batik – Batik is a dyeing method on the cloth, it s an ancient form of art. Batikn Print is a general name provided to the available fabric that was furnished with Batik...

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KHADI IN TEXTILE

Khadi is hand spun and hand woven cloth, it can be cotton, silk or wool. When mahatma Gandhi promoted use of khadi, everyone thought it was too cheap fabric to wear back to the present...

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What is Ethnic Designs in Textile

what is ethnic designs in textile – Ethnic is the Design area of study you will investigate the influence the cultural factors that influence contemporary design and analyse the influence of historical, cultural and...

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What is Phulkari Handmade Embroidery

What is Phulkari Handmade Embroidery – Phulkari, a rural tradition of handmade embroidery, literally meaning ” flower work “, was perpetuated by the women of Punjab (North-west India & Pakistan) during the 19th century and...

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HANDLOOM FUNCTIONS

A loom is device used to weave cloth the basic purpose of any loom is to held the warp threads  under tension to facilitate  the interweaving of the weft threads the precise shape of...

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what is PATOLA SARI /SAREE?

what is PATOLA SARI /SAREE? – Patola saris are made in patana, Gujarat, India. Their silk saris these worn by royalty and aristocracy. Velvet patola saris are also made in Surat. The weave is...

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TIE AND DYE CRAFT

Tie and dye textiles called Bandhej or Bandhani craft. Different methods are used to tie the fabric into small points and produce various patterns like lahriya, mothda, ekdali. Bandhej comes from Sikar, Barmer, Pali,...

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Ancient Indian Attires

Ancient Indian Attires Buddhist Monks Around 528 BCE Prince Siddhartha Gautama gave up his worldly riches and became the Buddha, a wandering holy man who dressed very simply and had almost no possessions. The...