Process & Materials
Salawas Durry Udhyog continues to follow the traditional method of durry weaving, adapted to modern usage, and each Durry is going through the perfect hands.
Each Durry is woven on a loom using cotton or silk yarn, or goat or camel hair. The warp and weft are cotton yarn, and it is the interlocked weave that makes them reversible. Colour-fast natural dyed yarn are the reason they are completely washable to suit the practical need of the modern home.
The principle weavers have participated in major national workshops and fairs, and have won many laurels. Their tools are simple merely a loom and shuffle, yarn and a pick are used to create perfection in the form of Salawas Durries.