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You might be wondering?

What is the difference between Handloom and Khadi?

Handloom and Khadi have been there for many ages in India.

Handloom is a fabric which is woven on a wooden loom (which could be a frame loom, pit loom, or a strap loom etc). It is operated by person who is skilled to follow the weaving process step by step. It uses machine spun cotton, silk, synthetic or a blend to make a fabric. It was a tradition that followed to create a particular weave for that region or culture.

Khadi is the most stunning fabric India invented and used as the most powerful tool in the non violence freedom movement of India by Gandhiji. Khadi is a handloom in all senses but has more consciousness attached to it as it uses hand spun yarn which is made by expert spinners. Khadi is therefore a precision fabric hand spun and hand woven.

What is Organic Cotton?

Organic cotton is a natural, renewable, environmental, and biodegradable fiber. Cotton is grown without the use of toxic and carcinogenic chemicals.  It benefits the cotton growers and the environment around the globe. As it doesn’t use chemicals what so ever the health risks to the farmers are nil and social benefits are high as it involves the whole community to raise a healthy farming community.

Organic cotton is used to turn raw material into clothes, towels, bedding and other items that we can put next to our skin every day without the fear of harsh chemicals.

What are the benefits of using cotton?

Cotton is the good to be the second skin. As it is a natural plant product it is the most comfortable fabric next to skin to wear to use as garments, towels, bed sheets, and other home textiles.

  • Cotton is hypoallergenic meaning it doesn’t irritate sensitive skin or cause allergies. It is also good for asthmatics.
  • Cotton is long lasting if well looked after.
  • Cotton is a good conductor of heat. In other words, it draws heat away from your skin to keep you cool, making it comfortable to wear.
  • Cotton breathes, so it is cool to wear.
  • Cotton can be easily dyed various colors because of its highly absorbent property.
  • Cotton absorbs moisture easily and can take up to one fifth of its weight in water before it actually feels damp. Cotton absorbs body moisture and evaporates it to the surrounding air, thus allowing your body its natural tendency to breathe – keeping you cool in summer and dry and warm in winter. Not only are you more comfortable in cotton, you are healthier wearing it!
  • See more of what others have to say about cotton http://cottonpromotion.org/benefits-of-cotton/

What is Linen?

Linen is made of cellulosic fibers derived from the stem of the flax plant. The flax plant gives long, strong and lustrous fiber which is used to make linen fabric. They are cool, absorbent fabrics that wrinkle easily.

Linen is comfortable, good strength, twice as strong as cotton, hand-washable or dry-cleanable, crisp to tailor, well absorbent to dyes and prints, no static or pilling problems, fair abrasion resistant  available in light to heavy weights.

Linen as a fabric is a brand in itself and is seen as the most luxurious clothing items in today’s fashion. It has its tremendous benefits when woven on handlooms.

Why is Handloom expensive?

Handloom fabrics are all crafted piece by piece yard by yard by hand. All the processes involved are people oriented and done with pure consciousness. The pre-loom, loom, and post-loom are all done by skilled workers. They need to earn a fair wage for what they create.

If you keep the above information in mind, handloom is not expensive. It’s the value you pay for a hand woven product. Keeping the wage laws of the world handloom is the most inexpensive fabrics available.

If one compares fabric made by air jet loom, laser loom, and other power loom to handloom it seems expensive. But, let’s be fair and compare apples to apples !!!

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