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The Fiber:

The pashmina fiber used for the shawl comes from goats raised by semi-nomadic herders in the high mountainous regions of Tibet and central Asia. The fiber is collected every spring and spun either by hand or by machine. Every square inch of shawl is made of around 95 horizontal silk yarn and 90 pashmina yarn.


Warping is the process of rolling silk yarn horizontal on a bean. Warping is usually done according to the width of the shawl. A shawl with a width of about 90 cm needs about 3800 silk yarn threads.


It is the process of inserting silk yarn into nylon nettings to form different patterns on the shawls. There are certain ways in which this can be done. If you insert the silk yarn in the wrong way the yarn will not get locked which will ruin the shawl.


This is the process of locking the warp(the silk yarn) with the weft (pashmina yarn). This is done with the help of a hand loom where the silk yarn is places horizontally and the pashmina is the filling.


Mending is the process where woven shawls are checked for damages. Weavers fill in the missing threads with the help of needle and pashmina yarn.


Knotting takes place after the shawl has been weaved. In this process the silk yarn that is left without being weaved is tied into knots known as fringes. There are usually 90-100 fringes in a shawl whose width is about 90 cm. In each fringe there are about 30-35 silk yarns.


This is the process of crushing the shawls in order to give the shawls a softer feeling. The shawls are usually crushed for about 10-15 minutes each. This help to bring the soft feeling to the shawls.


The shawls are washed after it is finished in order to wash away the odor and allow the shrinkage of the shawls to prevent it from damage later. It is also done to remove the stains, which it could have collected during the process of making the shawls.


This is the process of giving the shawl the color the customers want the shawl to have. In this process the shawls are dyed in big vessels at 100 degree Celsius. The shawls have to be constantly stirred in order to give the shawls uniform color. The temperature has to be maintained at 100 degree Celsius as if the temperature increase the shawl could shrink.



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