Sumit Textiles
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Chikan fabric

Chikan fabric for shirting n kurta fabrics

Cotton Chikan Fabric

Cotton Chikan Fabric
  • Cotton Chikan Fabric
  • Cotton Chikan Fabric
  • Cotton Chikan Fabric
  • Cotton Chikan Fabric
  • Cotton Chikan Fabric
  • Cotton Chikan Fabric
  • Cotton Chikan Fabric
  • Cotton Chikan Fabric
  • Cotton Chikan Fabric
  • Cotton Chikan Fabric
  • Cotton Chikan Fabric
  • Cotton Chikan Fabric
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MaterialPure Cotton
FabricCotton
ColorWhite
Fabric Content100% Cotton
UsageEthnic Wear/Dresses

Cotton Chikan fabric is a type of fabric that is commonly associated with Chikankari embroidery, a traditional embroidery technique from Lucknow, India. Chikankari is known for its delicate and intricate white-on-white embroidery, typically done on lightweight fabrics like cotton.

Cotton Chikan fabric is woven from pure cotton yarns and is lightweight, breathable, and comfortable to wear, making it suitable for various clothing items, including traditional Indian garments like kurtas, sarees, and dupattas. It is characterized by its fine texture and often features intricate floral, paisley, or geometric embroidery motifs.

The embroidery on Cotton Chikan fabric is usually done using white or pastel-colored threads, creating a subtle and elegant look. The designs are typically created by skilled artisans who meticulously hand embroider the fabric using various stitching techniques like the shadow work, jaali (net) work, and keel kangan (ripple stitch).

Cotton Chikan fabric is prized for its aesthetic appeal, craftsmanship, and the cultural significance associated with Chikankari embroidery. It is a popular choice for both casual and formal occasions, adding a touch of elegance and traditional charm to outfits.

When caring for Cotton Chikan fabric, it is recommended to hand wash it gently with mild detergent and avoid wringing or twisting to preserve the delicate embroidery. Ironing should be done on the reverse side or with a cloth placed over the fabric to avoid damaging the embroidery.

Overall, Cotton Chikan fabric is a beautiful and versatile choice for those looking to incorporate traditional Indian embroidery into their clothing or craft projects.

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