Hand woven are sarees that are made from fabric that are woven by hand or an unpowered or hand operated loom. As the process is completely done by hand, a single saree takes about two to three days or even more based on the pattern and designed created on it.
Many families in villages take handloom weaving as their occupation to support their livelihood. As per 2010 census, 44 lakh of families are engaged in hand weaving.
A shuttle-pit loom which are made of ropes, poles and wooden beams are always used in making of handloom sarees. The shuttle is then thrown from one side to the other side by the weaver, To create different motif and patterns, a fly-shuttle loom is used. The fly shuttle loom helped in creating much wider fabric, with increased sleed and required half the labour as compared to the shuttle pit loom.
Several regions have their own traditions of handloom sarees. Best quality silk and cotton yarns are mostly used to make handwoven sarees.
Each region has tradition designs for the motifs, design and colours . Some of the well known Indian Handloom Sarees are Kanchepuram silk saree, Maheshwari Saree,, Chanderi silk saree, Tussare silk saree, Banarasi silk saree, Baluchuri Sarees, Bhadhini Sarees and Munga Sarees.
Sweet Couch has more than 76 shops selling their handwoven sarees.
Handwoven Sarees on Sweet Couch range from ₹ 980 to ₹ 75260. Some of the handwoven sarees have discounts. The maximum discount you can get is 50%.
This month, the most popular handwoven sarees are handwoven benarasi silk sari with cutwork pattern 1035389, red hand woven organza saree and handwoven grey linen sari. read less