Kasuti, a traditional form of folk embroidery practised in the state of Karnataka. Kasuti work which is very intricate sometimes involves up to 5,000 stitches by hand and is traditionally made on dresswear like Ilkal sarees. Ilkal saree takes its name from the town of Ilkal in the Bagalkot district of Karnataka state, India. Ilkal sarees are woven using cotton warp on the body and silk warp for border and silk warp for pallu portion of the saree.
- Fabric: Poly Cotton Silk
- Craft Technique: Powerloom and Machine Kasuti
- Blouse: Yes
- Length: 6.2 mtrs
- Height: 45 inches
- Weight: 500 gms
- Colour: Black
Wash Care: Dry cleaning recommended.
Disclaimer: This product is handcrafted. Hence slight irregularities are a common consequence of human involvement in the process making it one of its kind.
The product has been photographed in natural sunlight to capture the right colour. However, there may be slight difference due to digital photography and screen resolutions.