W e h a n d p i c k t h e f i n e s t , f i r s t w o o l f o r t h i s f a b r i c
MAKE AND PROCESS
The weavers shear the sheep twice a year. For this fabric, we use the finer winter clip, sheared once the sheep return after months in higher pastures, rich in minerals and other pastures.
Grading and Sorting
Grading and Sorting is done at The weavers’ homes, carefully picking the best quality wool from the shoulders and underbelly of the sheep.
The wool is washed, dried and Carding is done by wooden combs at village homes. It is then spun by “takli” or spindle, yielding woolen yarn to weave into fabric.
After weaving on the handmade wooden “Khaddi” or loom, the fabric is sent for final finishing to the mill to get our finest, high quality, soft fabric, Taash or Himalayan tweed.
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