Pochampally Ikat Cotton Saree
Note: Color may bleed on first wash
The work IKAT derives from the Indonesian word Mengikat, meaning 'to tie'. It is a technique that employs resist dyeing similar to tie and dye on warp and/or weft threads prior to weaving. Alteration to the bindings and dying in more than one color, and removal of all bindings, product multicolored patterns on weaving
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