Khadi is hand-spun and handwoven fabric using a spinning wheel called a charkha. Khadi fabric is also known as Khaddar. The cloth is usually handwoven using cotton, silk, and wool. It is produced in various states of India, and all of them make a unique type of khadi fabric.
KHADI COTTON SAREE
Occasion: office/daily party wear.
Fabric: Khadi is made by hand in homes in Indian villages, using a cotton yarn spun on a wheel, or “charkha”. Some varieties of Khadi fabric use silk or woollen yarns depending on the region where it is spun.
Saree Colour: Milk white and red colour combination saree.
Blouse: Milk white with red colour border
Pallu: Red colour weaved on milk white pallu .
Borders: up:2-3 inches ; lower :9-10 inches
Wash & Care: First wash is Dry-clean . After care water/soft polish can be considered.
Note: Slight colour variation may occur due to photography.