Design and development of murgi kasuti motifs on traditional Ilkal sarees

Jyoti S Kordhanyamath, Kauvery Bai S
2019 Journal of Textile Engineering & Fashion Technology  
A. Selection of dyes: vat dyes are selected since they have good color fastness property B. Selection of color: Crème (scoured yarn), vat dyes: Blue-P.n-19-3864, Pink-P.n-17-1937. Abstract The development in traditional textile is an essential, as in any other field. Indian culture and its rich heritage are reflected in traditional textiles. Each textile produced in various corners of the country boasts of rich heritage and culture that the nation prides. One among such exclusivity is the Ilkal
more » ... sivity is the Ilkal saree produced in the Ilkal town of Bagalkot district, North Karnataka. The special feature of Ilkal saree lies in construction process of topeteni, kondi technique. The changing trends in fashion may let the traditional textiles sink into oblivion. The research primarily intends to revive the traditional Ilkal saree with woven Kasuti embroidery. An attempt is made to weave kasuti motifs in Ilkal sarees with Jacquard set up using Cotton, Modal, Bamboo and Banana yarns. The murgi motif is woven with an extra weft yarn as swivel patterns. The concept behind the study is to implement the usage of new yarns, shades to give a new look and to revive the traditional art of Ilkal handloom weaving. Citation: Kordhanyamath JS, Bai KS. Design and development of murgi kasuti motifs on traditional Ilkal sarees. Citation: Kordhanyamath JS, Bai KS. Design and development of murgi kasuti motifs on traditional Ilkal sarees.
doi:10.15406/jteft.2019.05.00173 fatcat:uqyv5e3nojfhvdswbfxrmg37be