100% natural fabrics. Choose from a selection of raw materials or any variety of colors, patterns or custom prints of your choice. Swatch samples upon request.

Our Fabrics

Vegan Silk 100% Cotton

100% Cotton Vegan silk in Herringbone weave pattern. Its 100% cotton processed vide new technology to give it the shine and soft feel of pure silk.

  • 105cms width
  • 100 grams per meter
  • Usage - shirting , suiting , curtains , stoles etc

Cashmere Wool

Cashmere wool symbolizes elegance and exclusivity like hardly any other natural fiber. Due to its outstanding quality, the material is one of the most precious fibers suitable for high-quality textiles.

  • ○ 110cm/75cm width
  • Undyed only natural color
  • List ItemUsage - fabric for shawls ,stoles , scarves etc

100 % Cotton in Natural Plant- Based Dye

Organic cotton grown grown using methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment. The fabric is not only sustainable but also uses very less water during its cultivation.

  • Width 44 inches
  • 100 grams per meter
  • Usage - shirting , suiting , home textile , stoles/scarves etc

German Satin

Bamberg Satin from Asahi Japan is a new technology of cotton linter fiber equivalent to vegan silk as it doesn't require to hurt any insect in procurement of yarn. Bemberg is a regenerated fiber made from cotton linter, a by-product which is removed for extracting cottonseed oil.

  • Width 110 cms
  • Weight 100 grams per meter

100% Swiss Cotton

finest quality of cotton counts equivalent to Egyptian cotton

  • 100s x 2 counts, 100% cotton
  • Width 110cms, also available in 147cms
  • Weight 100 grams & 125 grams
  • Usage - shirts , curtains , upper wear unisex clothing .

Pure Linen:Cotton blend (50:50 )

The cotton-linen blend is air-permeable. It means that it quickly absorbs sweat from the skin, producing a more comfortable and non-sticky feeling for the wearer. Its air-permeability is a breathable textile because of its sweat absorption feature.

  • cotton-linen blend is air-permeable
  • natural-based, these fabrics are both environmental-friendly
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Tencel

sustainable fashion fabric made from Austrian fibre derived from protected forest wood pulp. Derived from renewable wood sources using sustainable production processes, the TENCEL brand is a family of fibers well suited for sporting activities.

  • 60s x 60s counts, 100% Lenzing fibre
  • width 110 cms
  • weight 80 grams per meter
  • Usage - shirting , women's upper wear , suits , kimono , kaftan , loungewear etc

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Fabric Printing

Digital Printing

Digital printing has proved to be advantageous for designers, textile companies and retailers. It allows the user to print quickly and as little as required, and with high rate of accuracy. While in the case of traditional printing, a minimum quantity has to be printed.

HandBlock Printing

The process of block printing takes time, team work and, especially, skill. The three main tools of a block printed fabric are the wooden blocks, the fabric and the dye. Separate blocks are required for each of the colors used in a design and it is not unusual to have four or five colors in a professional design.

Shibhori Tie-Dye

Shibori comes from the Japanese word for a variety of ways to resist-dye textiles. There are innumerable ways to create this effect.Any way you can think of to fold, twist, stitch, or bind fabric before dyeing will achieve the look. And while the results are currently on trend—you'll find it in all shapes and forms in home décor—the process is also extremely meditative.

Kalamkari

Kalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile. The Srikalahasti style of Kalamkari, where the "kalam" or pen is used for freehand drawing of the subject and filling in the colors, is entirely hand worked.

Ajrak block print

Ajrak (Sindhi) also known as Ajrakh, is a unique form of block printing found mostly in Sindh, Pakistan and Ajrakhpur, Kutch district, India. These prints fabric display special designs and patterns made using block printing by stamps..Ajrak craft products are made with natural dyes. The entire production of the products include both vegetable dyes and mineral dyes.

Natural Tie-dye

Shibori comes from the Japanese word for a variety of ways to resist-dye textiles. There are innumerable ways to create this effect.Any way you can think of to fold, twist, stitch, or bind fabric before dyeing will achieve the look. And while the results are currently on trend—you'll find it in all shapes and forms in home décor—the process is also extremely meditative.

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