Jamdani Textiles handmade

Its weave creates air pockets which make it cool in summer and warm in winter and its inherent strength makes it highly durable. The semi-slubbed texture adds authenticity, a richness and variety to the cloth that is not found in machine-processed fabric. Any variations or irregularities are part of the design and inherent to the production process. amet estyt.


Hand made, hand spun & woven cotton is entirely. Natural cotton bolls are gathered, and these fluffy clumps are cleaned of dust and debris, also known as Ginning. This is done using a manual or sometimes a mechanised cotton boll opener machine that opens the fibre using air turbulence. This is a time-consuming process as the fibres have to be cleaned many times. The cleaned fibre is then spun into yarn on a wooden spinning wheel known as a charkha or spindle. The spinning process thins and lengthens the yarn and the twisting adds durability and strength. The yarn hand woven on a hand loom to create the fabric. This cloth is hand embellished with Jamdani motifs, while still on the loom.