Woven manufactury process of  Cashmere shawl

Woven manufactury process of Cashmere shawl

Cashmere shawls are made in two types of manufacturing processes: woven and knitted. In this article, we will describe the principles of woven manufacturing.

At Dragon Hugs, we take pride in our Nepalese craftsmanship and attention to detail. Weaving is the artful technique we employ to create our exquisite fabrics. This method involves intricately interlacing two sets of yarn or threads, typically at right angles, resulting in beautifully woven fabrics.
Weaving is a versatile process widely used in textile manufacturing to craft a wide array of items, from elegant clothing to cozy blankets and our luxurious shawls.

Our skilled artisans utilize looms, where the horizontal threads, known as the "weft," intersect with the vertical threads, called the "warp." Through this meticulous process, we pass the weft threads over and under the warp threads in a systematic pattern, allowing us to create a diverse range of designs and fabric types.

From simple and elegant patterns to the most intricate and highly detailed designs, we are committed to bringing you the finest woven creations that reflect the artistry and dedication of the Dragon Hugs brand.

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