“Blue Organic Cotton Fabric”
Blue Organic Cotton Fabric is naturally dyed and carefully crafted ikat. The art of ikat weaving is a unique one, especially in Uzbekistan where the entire process requires thorough steps (37, to be exact), and many artisan hands – each an essential piece of this intricate, beautiful craft. Unlike other fabrics in which oftentimes the final cloth is dyed, ikat requires the yarn to be dyed prior to being woven through a resist-dye process. This makes the art of ikat both fascinating and complex. For example, when replicating a pattern, the weaver has to dye the thread in the exact same way and place the threads on the looms exactly in the same place.
When it comes to patterns, natural dyes achieve the desired colour combinations and patterns and can consist of all sorts of ingredients, from turmeric to rose petals. A full community effort, it can take up to 2 months to produce this distinctive work. With the right diligence required to produce ikat, the final product is an astonishing fabric of multicoloured patterns. Find your favourite colour combination for ikat from our collection.
Organic Ikat Fabric / Blue Organic Cotton Fabric
Blue Organic Cotton Fabric adds a wonderful piece of the Oriental world to home design. Especially, women adore it because of its exclusive patterns and utilize this fabric as a part of their apparel. Nowadays, the unique patterns of Ikat textiles give piquancy to home décor and create a cosy atmosphere. Moreover, silk and cotton are much more comfortable for the body than other materials. Adras (Ikat) fabric is able to maintain an optimal microclimate for the human body. Ikat can be used in clothing design, interior decor, as well as for the manufacture of additional accessories – scarves, shoes, bags, and hats. Machines wash with shampoo at 30 – 40 degrees. The fabric does not fade, does not crumble, does not lose colour brightness. EcoFabric works directly with Uzbek masters so we suggest you choose and buy a really high-quality assortment of Adras.
We deliver orders via Uzbekistan Registered Post. It takes a minimum of 21 – 25 business days to reach anywhere in the world.