Ikkat is a method of resist-dye technique, ultimately used to pattern textiles.The pattern is not applied to the surface of a finished fabric, nor is it woven into the fabric structurally. Instead, parts of the yarns for the warp and/or weft are protected with a resist before dyeing. Ikkat designs come with a characteristic "blurriness" to the pattern formed. The blurriness is the outcome of extreme hard work and difficulty the weaver has lining up the dyed yarns so that the design comes out perfectly in the finished cloth. Finer yarns are used to reduce the blurriness. The blurriness also depends upon the skill of the craftsperson. Shop from our unique colorful range of woven Ikkat Suits sourced from Pochampally, village of Andhra Pradesh, India.

Browse from our Ikkat collections that are timeless and you will find them forever in style.

Famous Odisha Sambalpuri Ikkat

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Uzbek Ikkat

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Mercerized Ikkat Suits

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