Intricate Interlock weaves that are typically woven using 3 shuttle loom allow weavers and designers to combine contrasting colours, different fabrics & textures to create unique weaves.
Unlike a regular loom which involves combining the warp and weft to create patterns, weaving using 3 shuttle looms involves an interlocking process where the border & body are woven using different colours / type of fabrics.
Saris / Dupattas woven using 3 shuttle looms will be more expensive than regular saris because this process requires 2 weaves to be seated on the loom. 3 shuttles looms woven saris are known by different names in different parts of the country – Korvai Kanjivarams, Kuppadam Saris, Kuttu Saris, Kumbha Saris & more…
Sari, Saree or Sadis as they are known in different parts of India are a must have for every Indian Woman. Avishya offers a stunning collection of handwoven / handcrafted saris from across India. Our weaves include Kanchipurams, Banarasis, Chanderis, Patolas, Ikats, Jamdanis & more. We also have a stunning range of block printed sarees, screen printed saris and embroidered saris