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Jhilmil Ikat sari

A bright blue ikat saree with starry dots all over and a wide subdued blue border and a minimal striped end piece. A striped ivory and blue blouse piece included.

Star studded sky reflecting on the river-bright at times and hazy when the breeze touches and moves the water. The moon peeps out from his blanket and quietly smiles at the magical night.

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Color: Blue

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A bright blue ikat saree with starry dots all over and a wide subdued blue border and a minimal striped end piece. A striped ivory and blue blouse piece included.

Star studded sky reflecting on the river-bright at times and hazy when the breeze touches and moves the water. The moon peeps out from his blanket and quietly smiles at the magical night.

- from ‘WATER’ collection

- Handwoven in Odisha

- Weft Ikat

- Dyed in azo-free dyes

- 100% cotton

- Handwash/ dry in shade

- Saree - 48" wide x 5.5 mtrs long

- Blouse- 48" wide x 80 cm long

Title: Jhilmil Ikat sari

Color: Blue

Size / Dimension: One size

Time of Delivery: 11 Business days

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NeeliTitlee

Contributor Since: Feb 13, 2019

The term ikat stems from the malay-Indonesian expression ‘mangikat’, meaning to bind, knot or wind around. Ikat or resist dyeing, involves the sequence of tying (or wrapping) and dyeing sections of bundled yarn to a predetermined colour scheme prior to weaving. Thus, the dye penetrates into the exposed sections, while the tied sections remain undyed. The patterns formed by this process are then woven into fabric. The process is repeated as many times as the number of colors in the fabric. It is an indigenous craft that is practiced in India (Gujarat, Odisha and Andhra Pradesh) and various other countries like Indonesia, Guatemala, Japan, Uzbekistan and Peru. We work with a group of weavers in western Odisha and the kind of ikat we produce is called sambalpuri ikat which are known to have very intricate and curvilinear motifs on a fine cotton fabric. Neeli Titlee was created to bridge the gap between the traditional craft of the ikat weavers of western Odisha (Sambalpur) and the growing demand for modern and well-designed sambalpuri ikat products in the contemporary market. We believe in slow fashion which is why all our products are handwoven and hand dyed with eco-friendly dyes. We use 100% natural fibers (either cotton or silk) and have committed ourselves to fair trade practices and believe in a bottom up growth.

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