Each Swati & Sunaina Gold single edition saree is handwoven using the techniques of Kadhua, Jamdani, Rangkaat, Gyaser, Pachrangi or Dam Pach, quintessentially associated with Banaras handlooms. But the making of a brocaded handwoven saree begins much earlier than the weaving itself, and involves a range of processes, from creating an original artwork, its translation into a graph and punched cards for the jacquard, fitting of the jacquard on the loom, dyeing of the yarn, its preparation for the warp and weft, and eventual mounting on the loom. These stages are illustrated in this film, giving a brief overview of the making of a Swati & Sunaina Gold single edition saree.
MAKING OF A SWATI & SUNAINA GOLD SAREE
journey of a
swati & sunaina Gold Saree
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