hand-woven

hand-woven

adj
(Crafts) woven by hand rather than by machine
Translations

hand-woven

[ˌhændˈwəʊvən] ADJtejido a mano
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Iranian National Carpet Center recently announced that the Islamic Republic exported $270 million worth of hand-woven carpets during the eight months of the current calendar year.
Persian hand-woven carpet exports halved due to international sanctions, going below $300 million from an annual average of $600 million during the last two decades before sanctions.
Also on offer at the stalls are basketry and fibre crafts, leather products, traditional paintings, a variety of hand-woven, embroidered, block printed textiles and much more from every corner of the country.
Khaadi, which means hand-woven, has stayed true to its name and continues to produce a fusion of styles to complement both the east and west, while still utilizing hand-woven fabrics on select products.
Mrunal's Boutique has announced a showcase of Vidhi Singhania's collection of embroidered and hand-woven saris on September 2 and 3.
The unique canvas weave structure is hand-woven and allows for superior breathability and comfort.
It will help bolster innovation in hand-woven fashion as well as build high level of confidence about wearing them at each and every occasion.
Interior designer Leah: "These baskets are hand-woven.
uk HAND-WOVEN with a fully reversible 100% wool pile, this kilim offers a flat weave with fringed ends.
Alikhani said that the value of exported hand-woven carpets across the world reached $1.
According to a local newspaper of Iran, Iran holds 24 per cent of the world's total hand-woven carpet exports.