Handloom Fabrics

Production of handloom fabrics had been in the Indian tradition since long and following the same we get the premium quality handloom fabrics from our end for our customers. Also, our city is one of the hub for the production of handloom fabrics. WE give due respect to the art of the personnels involved in production of handloom fabrics and try our level best to avail the best in class fabrics.
Sangamsarees has got its own manufacturing units of severals handloom products of best quality which is in demand all over the country. All kinds of fabrics made of viscose ..
Organza is a thin, plain weave, sheer fabric traditionally made from silk. Many modern organza are woven with synthetic filament fibres such as polyester or nylon.Organza has a distinctively fine texture and presents with a slight sheen; it has a shimmery quality to it that catches and reflects light. Because of its lightness, it is often used in bridal wear as a veil or as a layer in the dress itself.
The lustre and elegance of this fabric makes it a great choice for a Saree or an accessory like scarf. It is a very fine, thin fabric, such as gauze that we create for you blend the traditional strengths of tissue fabrics with fantastic properties like durability and cost effectiveness. Surprisingly affordable and easily maintained, tissue is woven out of a multitude of fibres. The skirt is both wrinkle resistant and offers excellent draping properties and sumptuous texture.
Silk Chanderi
SilkChanderi is basically a blend of cotton silk and zari.Chanderi is a hand woven fabric. The Chanderi Fabric is well-known for its transparency and sheer texture. The transparency is a unique feature, which is not commonly or found in any of the textile product. The transparency of this fabric is because of the use of single Filature quality of yarn.
Tussar Fabric
Tussar is valued for its rich texture and natural deep gold colour. Tussar Silk is less expensive and durable as compared to cultivated silk because of its short fibre length.
The precisely finished and designer garments produced from Tussar Silk are world famous and are exported to various countries worldwide.
Slub Chanderi
It is made up of lump or thick place on yarn caused by small lengths of yarn adhering to it during the spinning process. This adds a random texture to the fabric when the yarn is woven or knit into a garment.
Owing to its exciting colours, softness, eye-catching design, the offered fabric sets an exemplary standards in the fashion industry.
Silk Moonga
Due to the colour and optimum softness, the provided fabric is highly demanded by our valued clients. This offered fabric is well designed using the supreme quality silk fibre and latest technology as per the set values. Further, our clients can avail this product at affordable price. We provide one of the best made moonga silk.
Its rich colours and patterns will add a dramatic flair to skirts or dresses, as its soft metallic sheen gently reflects light. Your creations will be infused with warmth and opulent beauty, whether you’re designing apparel or finishing your latest home décor. Choose from traditional brocade of wide variety. Brocade is a class of richly decorative shuttle-wovenfabrics, often made in coloured silks.
Kinkhabs today are typically ornate, jacquard-woven fabrics. The pattern is usually emphasized by contrasting surfaces and colours and appears on the face of the fabric, which is distinguished easily from the back. Uses include apparel, draperies, upholstery and other decorative purposes.
These are speciality of local banarasi handloom fabrics. They are rough and its shiny surface and make it possible to do all types of all over designing. It is mostly used in ladies wear, top, jackets, etc which are of unique styles and designs.
Dupion silk is an elegant fabric woven with slubbed yarns of beautiful, natural Dupion silk. The fabric is medium or light weight with a crisp, scrunchy hand, a dull luster and uneven texture. It is often dyed in brilliant colours, but many are offered in gentle neutral tones to suit today's popular decorating and fashion styles.
Handloom Linen
Linen fabric feels cool to the touch. It is smooth, making the finished fabric lint-free, and gets softer the more it is washed. However, constant creasing in the same place in sharp folds will tend to break the linen threads. This wear can show up in collars, hems, and any area that is iron creased during laundering. Linen has poor elasticity and does not spring back readily, explaining why it wrinkles so easily.

Linen fabrics have a high natural luster; their natural colour ranges between shades of ivory, ecru, tan, or grey.