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Khan Textiles of Maharashtra

Textile, Weaving, Spinning, Khadi

Khan Textiles of Maharashtra

Craft Revival Trust

Khan fabric is a woven butidar textile piece, originally made in 30 inches widths. It was usually used for making cholis and blouses. It is now woven using fly shuttles in a pit-loom with a lattice dobby attachment taking 60/40 counts coloured warp and weft yarns. The finished products include saris, scarfs, and dress materials.

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