ASEAN textile exhibit to take place on Nov 7

Related Keywords: Asean, Association of Southeast Asian Nations, Emphasis on handwoven fabrics, hold a textile exhibit, natural dyes, naturally dyed products, opportunity for entrepreneurs, Philippine Textile Research Institute, products of traditional textiles, promote and market, PTRI, regional textiles will be featured, support from the ASEAN Foundation

Butuan City
ASEAN textile exhibit to take place on Nov 7
Summary: 
The Philippine Textile Research Institute (PTRI), with support from the ASEAN Foundation, will hold a textile exhibit where the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) regional textiles will be featured.

The Philippine Textile Research Institute (PTRI), with support from the ASEAN Foundation, will hold a textile exhibit where the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) regional textiles will be featured.

Emphasis is laid on handwoven fabrics, natural dyes, and naturally dyed products that are being used by people all over the Southeast Asian region, exhibiting each country’s rich heritage, character, and culture.

http://pia.gov.ph/news/articles/1001535
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Initiative Five P begins to revive Chennimalai handwoven textile heritage

Related Keywords: attemps made to revive, Chennimalai, Handloom Town, handwoven and bespoke fabrics with jacquard designs using recycled, Handwoven textile heritage to powerlook, initiative Five P, Jamakkalams, loom factory set up, lost distinct identity, natural dyes, organic, protect and preserve heritage skills of handloom weavers, recognized for bedsheets

Coimbatore
Initiative Five P begins to revive Chennimalai handwoven textile heritage
Summary: 
Chennimalai popularly known as the 'Handloom Town' located in Erode district, Tamil Nadu though still recognized for its bedsheets and Jamakkalams, in the last five decades or so lost its distinct identity of handwoven textile heritage to powerloom. The number of handloom weavers in Chennimalai has shrunk from over a lakh in the 60s and 70s to less than 3,000 at present.

Chennimalai popularly known as the 'Handloom Town' located in Erode district, Tamil Nadu though still recognized for its bedsheets and Jamakkalams, in the last five decades or so lost its distinct identity of handwoven textile heritage to powerloom. The number of handloom weavers in Chennimalai has shrunk from over a lakh in the 60s and 70s to less than 3,000 at present.

While nothing much seems to have been done to undo it for long, some attempt is now being made to revive, protect and preserve the heritage skills of the handloom weavers in that belt.

http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/news/national/efforts-on-to-restore-chennimalais-handwoven-textile-heritage/article8102047.ece
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Co-optex weavers decide to create design using organic cotton

Related Keywords: Co-optex, create few designs, give up elaborate designs, National Institute of Fashion Technology, natural dyes, simple plain prints on saris, Tamil Nadu Weavers Cooperative Society, using organic cotton, weaver artisans

Tamil Nadu
Co-optex weavers decide to create design using organic cotton
Summary: 
The Tamil Nadu Weavers Cooperative Society’s some weaver artisans have decided to create a few designs using organic cotton and natural dyes. This idea came in after interaction with weavers artisans from other states. This will be a huge step for them as they would have to give up elaborate designs and instead settle for simple, plain prints on the saris they weave.

The Tamil Nadu Weavers Cooperative Society’s some weaver artisans have decided to create a few designs using organic cotton and natural dyes. This idea came in after interaction with weavers artisans from other states. This will be a huge step for them as they would have to give up elaborate designs and instead settle for simple, plain prints on the saris they weave.

http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/tamil-nadu/cooptex-weavers-to-go-organic/article6998322.ece
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Ajrakh oldest tradition of block printing on textile making a come back

Related Keywords: Ajark craft product, Ajrakh, Ajrakh Textile Traditions, Fashion designer, Indigo key dye, Khadi fabric, natural dyes, oldest tradition of block printing, Shelly Jyoti, vegetable and mineral dyes

Gujarat
Ajrakh oldest tradition of block printing on textile
Summary: 
Ajrakh, one of the oldest traditions of block printing on textiles still practiced in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan . Ajrak craft products are made with natural dyes. The entire production of the products includes both vegetable dyes and mineral dyes. Indigo is key dye.

Ajrakh, one of the oldest traditions of block printing on textiles still practiced in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan . Ajrak craft products are made with natural dyes. The entire production of the products includes both vegetable dyes and mineral dyes. Indigo is key dye.

http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/ajrakh-artist-captures-traditional-textile-s-charm-in-show-114082900219_1.html
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