“Happy-go-lucky” blue fabric upholstery crafted in Uzbekistan
The history of Ikat fabric goes back quite far, and it has become culturally central to the people of East Asian culture, Southeast Asian culture, Middle Eastern culture, and some European cultures as well. Traditional ikat weaving utilizes no chemical dyes or power looms, so the impressiveness and durability of the unstressed fabric is beyond compare.
When you use genuine hand-woven ikat fabric in your home décor project or fashion design, it’s apparent that you care about craftsmanship. Handmade and authentic – woven, not printed, by a true master ikat weaver – this magnificent bolt of blue, gold, and periwinkle ikat fabric has vibrant colors and regal designs.
“Happy-go-lucky” blue fabric upholstery
Ikat crafts is the most antediluvian traditional woven and most advanced modern use handwoven textile.
Traditional ikat weaving uses no chemical dyestuff or power looms, so the richness and enduringness of the unstressed fabric is beyond compare. Ikat fabric is essentially fabric that has undergone a process known as resist dying. This process is intensive and requires the knowledge and understanding of multiple techniques to achieve this unique pattern. While Ikat fabric still remains a traditional fabric and fabric pattern process, it has also become quite common in the fashion world as a type of design aesthetic commonly found on everything from scarves and shawls, to dresses and sweaters.