Fine quality mulberry silk missing Pochampally ikat handloom stole with tassels. Bleed free VAT dyed used. Ikat (Ikkat) is a dyeing technique used to pattern textiles that employs a resist dyeing process similar to tie-dye on either the warp or weft fibers prior to dyeing. This classic stole acts as the perfect add-on to a casual look.
Gentle hand wash separately in cold water with mild/liquid detergents. Do not soak for too long.
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Edem Chandana an Ikat weaver from Yadagiri, Telangana, is the youngest weaver in her village, having learned the art from her father at the age of fifteen. After her father’s demise in 2018, Chandana, who is now eighteen years old, is responsible for not just her mother and younger brother, but also forty other weavers who work alongside her. An excellent weaver with an impeccable hold on yarn tie-die, ikat and telia rumal techniques, Chandana says "I am not able to digest the downfall of the weaving industry. People of my generation are leaving this craft. I hope to bring about a change to this sector. I planning a workshop to teach people weaving skills and give a direction to the next generation of weavers. I want to reshape the weaving industry."