This rose-beige eri silk ikat piece has hexagons in earth, red, and orange creating an interesting pattern with the base color. Placed in the center the rose-beige base color frames the pattern on all sides. Tiny tied tassels are on both ends of the shawl.
An innovation of loop and button makes it versatile enough to be used as a shawl or an asymmetrical kaftan cape.
‘Chitiki’ in weavers parlance means a dot. Ikat weaving involves a fast disappearing, painstaking, and laborious process of graphing a design, to marking on the yarn, tying and untying yarn, and dyeing each color separately. Once this process is complete, it means the chitikis are complete and the weaving of the design commences, while ensuring the chitikis in the design are intact. Enjoy its beauty as a piece of art.