Blue Dobby Pasapali (Fabric)
Nuapatna’s weaving origin traces back to 12th Century AD and it is closely associated with Lord Jagannath Temple rituals at Puri, Odisha. This is the weave of single largest cluster of Odisha at Nuapatna with 10,000 weavers present with approx 6000 looms. This is blue dobby single ikat work. 'Dobby Pasapali' means the 'dobby' or little golden buti lines are running all over the fabric and also pasapali patterns are woven in it. Nuapatna specialises in single ikat. Method of production of this fabric: The tie and dye or ‘bandha’ is done beforehand for hundreds of metres by two to three weavers together. Then it is dried and set together for several hours by painful mathematical precision of the weavers by hand. Then these blue bandha threads are set as the warp in a powerloom, in which the weft threads are set as white . Then hundreds of metres of fresh yardage are got together as output in a shorter time, which would otherwise take up a lot of time and difficult simultaneous usage of hands and legs of the weavers leading to much higher cost of the same fabric, making it unaffordable to the larger handloom-loving masses. So go for this beautiful, high quality yardage at a very affordable rate and stun everyone around you!
Width of Fabric: 42 inches, Material: Pure Cotton (mercerised), 100 Count
(1) The colors of the actual product may look slightly different due to different screens used for viewing the digital photography captured. Our endeavor has been to present the true shades of the products as far as possible. (2) There may be loose threads on the backside of pallu of saree, which is a mark of true handwoven and handloom saree. (3) The slight irregularities in the body/anchal/border of saree are to be celebrated as a mark of true handloom products. (4) Wash Care: We advise dry cleaning for the silk sarees and handwashing separately in cold water alongwith drying in shade for our cotton products. Iron Care: Light iron to be used. For pattachitra handpainted items, please iron only on backside. Otherwise use a cotton cloth on top of the painted parts while ironing.