Ikat, or Ikkat, is a dyeing technique used to pattern textiles that employs a resist dyeing process similar to tie-dye on either the warp or weft fibers prior to dyeing. The defining characteristic of Ikat is the dyeing of patterns, by means of bindings, into the threads before cloth construction, the weaving of the fabric, takes place. Herein lies the difference between Ikat and tie-dye. In tie-dye the fabric is woven first and the resist bindings are then applied to the fabric which is dyed.
|Fabric||100% Handloom Fine Ikat Cotton.|
|Weight||120 gm/meter (approx)|
|Quality||Cotton. Can be used for all clothing purposes.|
|Color||Slight difference in color from visible product image is possible.|