India’s legendary weaving tradition finds every state with its distinctive repertoire. Bengal weaves 250 count yarn and finer. Andhra Pradesh weavers are dexterous at complex Ikkat designs, with tied and dyed yarn. Those from the hilly terrains fascinate with their knitting and weaving expertise.
After the partition of India, skilled weavers from across the border were rehabilitated in the Fulia district of West Bengal.
The shifting base of Ikkat weavers found a home in a village near Hyderabad.
The distressed artisans from the hills of Uttar Pradesh wove themselves into the Kilmora Gramin Udyog.
CRC has been privileged to work with these diverse skills to present a vast and wide range of fashion accessories.