Summary: Dehradun (Uttarakhand) [India], June 23 (ANI): Japanese textile designers Chiaki Maki and Parva Tanaka have laid deep roots of Japanese tradition in India by collaborating with the Indian artisans and manufacturing traditional hand-woven
Japanese outfits in Dehradun, Uttarakhand.
Although technology is outstripping hand-woven
carpets, there exists a general demand all around the for hand-woven
Known as pashminas, these Kashmiri shawls are part of the collection simply titled An Important Private Collection of Kashmir Shawls, and are hand-woven
from the under-hair of goats that are found in the high-altitude areas in and around Kashmir.
These fine silhouettes are translated into fine hand-woven
silks, rich velvets, and hand woven banarsi fabrics.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Chairman of the Board of Directors of Omid Entrepreneurship Fund Ali Rabiei said around 400 tons of hand-woven
carpets are annually produced in Iran, while more than eighty percent of that amount is exported to other countries.
Dubbed as "Pagla-um" (word for "hope" in local dialect of Hiligaynon), the collection showcased in London, England incorporated fabrics such as hablon (hand-woven
cotton) of Miag-ao town, Iloilo province and pina (hand-woven
fiber from pineapple leaves) of Aklan province.
The collection was conceptualised on a variety of hand-woven
brocade, modernised appliqued cotton silk and velvet.
carpets are exported to about 80 countries.
Cotton rug, laredoute.com These hand-woven
African mats will look great displayed on a wall.
LAHORE -- Chapter 2, Khaadi's minimalist, hand-woven
and handcrafted concept store has opened three stores back to back in Islamabad, Lahore and chapter2.com.
The governor said: 'The hand-woven
aso oke is a more traditional and environmentally-friendly practices of textile production, and it cuts down on the use of energy and the process has no emission of carbon waste into the atmosphere, thus reducing global warming.