Orange White Silk Ikat Fabric
Central Asia was always famous for the production of exquisite fabrics. Orange White Silk Ikat Fabric is one of the best examples. These unusual patterns may serve as a great supplementary part of your home decor. Bukhara, Margilan, Namangan and Kokand were and continue to be centres of Uzbek weaving. Today, these places are famous for the beauty of hand-made silk and cotton ikat fabrics. The centuries-old traditions of hand-made silk and cotton fabrics have been an integral part of national clothing, culture and interior design. The delicate fashionable fabric yard is pure natural silk and cotton. Orange patterns on white Ikat Fabric give a shiny look, while the cotton makes the material durable and can serve for a long period of time.
When you use orange silk ikat fabric in your home décor project or fashion design, it’s apparent that you care about luxury craftsmanship. When it comes to using IKAT for home interiors, it is not only a hint that you highly appreciate handmade art, you are trendy as well. As fashion trends may come and go, ikat fabrics have always stood the test of time. Handmade by a true master ikat weaver which updates your elegant interior.
Handloom Orange Silk Ikat Wholesale
Ikat is a fabric manufacturing technique. In Uzbekistan, the fabrics obtained in this way are called abra. Fabrication using ikat technology includes up to forty stages. It all starts with cooking silk pupae in hot water. In this case, the caterpillar must die inside the cocoon. If the silkworm comes out of the cocoon, the thread will be spoiled. Next, they begin to bind bundles of threads for their phased dyeing in certain colours. The peculiarity of the Uzbek ikat is that the pattern is applied only to the warp threads, while the wefts remain monochrome. This is a complex, manual process. Fabrics of the same composition may differ slightly in density of weaving of threads, it depends on the pattern, the thickness of the threads, as well as the individual weaving technique of each weaver.
The uniqueness of the ikat technique does not allow the master to create two identical fabrics!
The narrow width of this fabric makes it well-suited for table runners, pillow covers, as well as window treatments, bed scarves, and more. This playful mix of colours will be a fun addition to a range of decorating styles from traditional to modern.
We deliver orders via Uzbekistan Registered Post which takes a minimum of 21 – 25 business days to reach anywhere in the world. If you are looking for delivery any sooner, please ask for priority shipping at an extra cost. Production time is 1-3 business days, not including weekends or holidays.