Know your weave:
The process of Bhujodi weaving uses a special technique of extra-weft. It is a tedious process, where the motif is crafted by carefully picking up threads and adding extra weft by hand. The uniqueness of this technique is that the motifs woven are very explicit and they create a bold texture on the background-plain fabric, making it look like embroidery.
Bhujodi weaving is done on traditional pit looms in the weavers’ homes. A traditional charkha is used for spinning of the yarn. The weavers usually dye their yarn with natural dyes like indigo, alizarin, and iron rust, in varying shades.
Adorned with intricately weaved pallu, this daisy white Bhujodi with pale indigo blouse is a treasure to wear.. This exquisite saree is weaved by our master weaver in Bhuj – Gujarat.
Fabric: Handwoven Bhujodi
Saree length: 5.5 meters
Wash care: Dry Clean
Colour: Daisy white
Blouse: Pale Indigo
Disclaimer: We have tried to put photos clicked in natural light to avoid discrepancies. However, a little variation may occur due to individual screen settings.