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Indian has been famous for its textiles from centuries and it generates huge employment for the both skilled and unskilled labor in textile industry. The origin of Indian textiles can be traced to the Indus Valley civilization. The people of this civilization used homespun cotton for weaving their garments. India has numerous trade links with the outside world and Indian textiles were popular in the ancient world. Each Indian region has its own textile- characterizing it in terms of designs, weaving patterns and techniques, colors and texture.
Indian textile is widely accepted and admired for beauty, texture and durability delivered. This standard has not been compromised.
The distinctive features of Indian textiles include the use of madder dye, which gives a vibrant red, and a consistent range of decorative motifs. Madder comes from the roots of a herbaceous climbing plant known as chay. This plant can be used to produce an intense, glowing red dye. This dye was particularly exploited in the production of chintz, as was violent-blue indigo, a dye obtained from a leguminous plant.
With the growing market potential for textile product, there is a wide range of career options in the textile designing field.
Many countries are adopting the Indian textile and hence the need to reach out to more people for clothing and crafts with active global presence.
Indian textiles account for 22 percent of world's spindle capacity and 8 percent of rotor capacity. The textile Industry has two broad segments namely; Organized sector- Handloom, Handicraft, Powerloom
Unorganized sector- Spinning, Apparel, Garmenting.
Home textiles are textiles used for home furnishings. It comprises of extensive range of functional as well as decorative items or products used mainly for the purpose of decorating our homes. Home textiles consists of both natural and man-made fabrics and are strong and durable.
There are different types of fabrics available in the market and each is distinct in textures, patterns or the budget it carries, here are some types:
COTTON- Cotton fabric is used to make a sari that is lightweight. This material is a favorite because it keeps the wearer cool and is easily washed.
CREPE- Crepe fabric is woven in silk. It is commonly used to make suits and bridal clothing.
GEORGETTE- Georgette is created with a combination of nylon and polyester. It is a favorite fabric for women because it has a graceful, soft and delicate appearance.
SILK- Silk is a timeless fabric, and can be used to create almost any design. However, silk requires more care than other fabric types.
CHIFFON- Chiffon is created with a combination of nylon and silk. The sari created from chiffon creates an image of elegance.
WOOL- Usually associated with fiber or fabric made from the fleece of sheep or lambs.
BROCADE- A heavy, exquisite, jacquard-type fabric with an all-over raised pattern or floral design.
CHINTZ- A usually glazed printed cotton fabric.
LACE- An ornamental braid for trimming.
LINEN- A fabric made from linen fibers obtained from inside the woody stem of the flax plant. Linen fibers are much stronger and more lustrous than cotton.
ORGANZA- A crisp, sheer, lightweight plain-weave fabric, with a medium to high yarn count, made of silk, rayon, nylon, or polyester.
SATIN- A traditional fabric for evening and wedding garments utilizing a satin weave construction to achieve a lustrous fabric surface.
VELVET- Velvet, a luxurious fabric, is commonly made with a filament fiber for high luster and smooth hand.
VENICE LACE- This lace often has a high profile, and is made using a needlepoint technique rather than embroidery. A heavier weight lace, the patterns vary from geometric to floral. Each pattern is attached to the others by bars made of thread.
VOILE- A crisp, lightweight, plain weave cotton-like fabric, made with high twist yarns in a high yarn count construction.
Indian Fabric Craft is now the trend of the day but uniqueness is what people wanted. indian Fabric Craft must show creativity, rich and keeping fashion trends.
Indian Fabric Crafts provides opportunity to create new, learn and interacts. Hence, deliver environmental awareness messages. As they are environmentally friendly felt that are also affordable too and comes in diverse textures, colors and patterns of choice.
Being unique, finding life and pleasure are the statement for Jaipur fabrics because people are most comfortable with what gives something new.
Jaipur fabrics has set up state of the art-modern processing home furnishes and specializes in the following:
*Jaipur bed sheets -Handmade Bedsheets and Patchwork embroidery Bedsheets
*Pillow and Pillow covers- Floor Pillow covers and BedsheetsPillow covers
*Royal Indian cushion covers- Patchwork
Jaipur fabrics make accessibility possible, chose and order in a blink of an eye on their site. Unlike the conventional means of selling, we are open to everyone more customers and extended hours of operations.