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Our Process

SINGLE EKAT PURE SILK PATOLA SAREES & DUPATTAS:-

1. DESIGN:-

Draw / select design of patola on graph paper as per requirement.

2. TYING & DYEING:-

The most important part of Patola weaving is to set different color of threads according to its design and pattern. It has to pass through a geometric calculation process in order to set the threads with different colors at accurate distance. To begin with, warp and weft silk threads are tied according to the design separately with cotton thread to set a particular design in the fabric. Mostly here the only weft is tie as per design of patola which is drawn on graph paper. Thereafter, this tied portion is dipped into selected color so that when it is untied, the color mark appears only at the outer part and the inner part remains intact. Further, this untied portion that has absorbed one color is again tied for dyeing in another color. This process is done each time for a block of complete pattern. Thus, tying, untying, retying and dyeing in different shades and colors are the main features of this process.

3. weaving:-

Now completion of tying & dying process, the threads of the warp of different repeats of a pattern is put together in a sequence on the loom, so that the design becomes visible. The threads of wefts are wound on to bobbins and kept in the bamboo shuttle for weaving process. The Patola is woven on a primitive hand operated harness loom. Weaving process involves moving bamboo shuttle to and fro through warp shades. Each weft thread is thoroughly examined and matched with each part of the warp design pattern while weaving.

4. finishing:-

Finishing part also involves great care and attention. Even a slightest wear and tear is not accepted. It requires complete review to fine tune the fabric, pattern and design. In 5 to 6 day single patola saree is ready.

 

 

SEMI DOUBLE EKAT PURE SILK PATOLA SAREES & DUPATTAS:-

 

1. DESIGN:-


    DRAW / SELECT DESIGN OF PATOLA ON GRAPH AS PER REQUIREMNETS.


2. TYING & DYEING:-


    WARP IS USED OF SAME AS DOUBKE EKAT BUT NOT IN TYE ALL OTHER THING LINE PLY CONTENT, THICKNESS ETC.. SAME. AND WEFT IS DITTO TO DOUBLE EKAT PATOLA SAREE USED.


3. WEAVING:-

    same as single eakt weaveing...

4. FINISHING:-


   SAME AS SINGLE EKAT FINISHING...

 

 

DOUBLE EKAT PURE SILK PATOLA SAREES & DUPATTAS:- 

1. DESIGN:-

Draw / select design of patola on graph paper as per requirement.

2. TYING & DYEING:-

The most important part of Patola weaving is to set different color of threads according to its design and pattern. It has to pass through a geometric calculation process in order to set the threads with different colors at accurate distance. To begin with, warp and weft silk threads are tied according to the design separately with cotton thread to set a particular design in the fabric. And here both warp & weft is tie & dye as per design of patola which is drawn on graph paper. Thereafter, this tied portion is dipped into selected color so that when it is untied, the color mark appears only at the outer part and the inner part remains intact. Further, this untied portion that has absorbed one color is again tied for dyeing in another color. This process is done each time for a block of complete pattern. Thus, tying, untying, retying and dyeing in different shades and colors are the main features of this process.

3. weaving:-

Now completion of tying & dying process, the threads of the warp of different repeats of a pattern is put together in a sequence on the loom, so that the design becomes visible. The threads of wefts are wound on to bobbins and kept in the bamboo shuttle for weaving process. The Patola is woven on a primitive hand operated harness loom. Weaving process involves moving bamboo shuttle to and fro through warp shades. Each weft thread is thoroughly examined and matched with each part of the warp design pattern while weaving.

4. Finishing

Finishing part also involves great care and attention. Even a slightest wear and tear is not accepted. It requires complete review to fine tune the fabric, pattern and design. In 5 to 6 month single patola saree is ready.