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Meet Our Story Makers

By July 24, 2018Uncategorized

‘A family doesn’t needs to be perfect; it just needs to be united’.  The loom art is a big happy family. We work together, we work for each other and we work with each other to try and create something beautiful. Every person, every garment has its own story and it’s concocted by our story makers.

Meet Dilshad Khan ,

He is not only an exquisite artist but also has a beautiful talent of hand embroidery.  He has been working with the loom art from past one year and he is an important part of the loom art family.

Why do you love the loom art?

The kind of work the loom art does is different. They daily work on new designs and the kind of work done here is good and admirable.

Which is your favourite piece in the loom art?

A yellow coloured shirt.

(Dilshad ji loves this piece because he really worked hard on it. He did a really crucial work on it. Seven to eight different techniques of embroidery has been used in this shirt and it took a lot of efforts to complete this one.)

Sunny side up is a hand loomed with love and artfully made with hand spun linen, by our highly skilled weavers .This long  yellow checked shirt redefine motives by hosting abstract forms or intricate hand embroidery details with delicate technique , such as French knots and bead work, making it an exclusive piece.

 

Meet dilip ji ,

Dilip ji is a highly skilled worker and a hardworking member of the loom art family. He has been handling the sampling in the loom art from past one year.  Dilip ji is not only an adroit artesian but also a thoughtful co-worker.

Why do you love the loom art?

I love the loom art because a new garment is devised daily.

Which is your favourite piece in the loom art?

White colour Kaftan.

 

(He adores this piece because it is an outfit he explored all by himself and by far this is the piece he made maximum in numbers.)

 

With brave wings she flies is a white ankle length top with high side slits and ruffle sleeves and bottom made of georgette and crepe blend with silver thread weave inside the fabric. It has an interesting deep v neck design with creative and abstract hand embroidery on the front. The embroidery and tassels attached to the sleeves are done in the brighter shades to give a colour pop in the garment.

 

Meet dinesh ji ,

Dinesh ji is not only a magnificent pattern master but also a superior artesian. He has been a supportive co-worker in the loom art from past five month.

 

Why do you love the loom art?

It’s interesting to see how new designs and patterns are made daily.

 

Which is your favourite piece in the loom art?

A white colour dress with lace work around the neck and it is a three tier dress.

 

(It required a lot of skills and thought to get the desired fit and fall. He spent good amount of time in coming up with its pattern and he found it challenging.)

 

Vintage wonderland is a three tier dress, hand spun with love in silk. The fabric has been spun in a beautiful pattern with a combination of silk fibres and yarns. This dress embraces vintage designs with beautiful laces attached in the garments. It hosts intricate details like gathered sleeves and interesting front and back necklines, also beautiful and colour beats are attached on the sleeves and the laces making this garment more delicate and vintage.

 

Meet  Javed ji ,

 

Javed ji has been working here at the loom art from past 9 months. He is a hardworking as well as compassionate member of the loom art family. He has admirable and sterling sampling skills which have proved itself really worthy in the past.

 

Why do you love the loom art?

They make new designs every day and i love working on it.

 

Which is your favourite piece in the loom art?  

i liked the new dress which is recently made, I enjoyed making pleats and doing thread work at its bottom.

 

(It took javed ji two days to make those perfect pleats which opens up to forming gathers in the dress. Detailed embroidery and efforts are being taken in making the border of the dress. Javed ji spent  good amount of time in that dress.)

 

Marsala spring is an ankle length dress made of kota doria, a handloom fabric made by skilled weavers of Rajasthan. This marsala beauty is a neatly pleated dress forming gathers towards the bottom. It hosts intricate hand embroidered flowers all over the dress. Each flower has been hand embroidered by aari on an adda and then been cut and patched on to the garment separately .it has a beautifully embroidered array at the bottom, making this dress all set for spring.

 

Meet  chandan ,

Chandan has been an important part of our loom art family. She has been working with us from past 1 year.  Chandan is a highly skilled and talented artesian.

 

Why do you love the loom art?

The work here is different and everybody gets a chance to show his or her talent

 

Which is your favourite piece in the loom art ?

I like bags and wallets the most.

 

( Chandan loves wallets and bags because she gives them the most amount of time. She makes them with love and affection and tries to create something beautiful.)

Wallets and bags are beautifully upcycled by our artisans. They are hand loomed products with enduring and engaging embroidery.

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