Patola saree is made in patan, gujarat. Patola silk saree is perfect for the wedding, engagement and other traditional event. it is available in various blouse work and blouse design. you can stitch blouse in different style. patola saree is word famous saree.
Patola is a double ikat woven saree, usually made from silk made in Patan, Gujarat, India. The word patola is the plural form; the singular is patolu. They are very expensive, once worn only by those belonging to royal and aristocratic families. These saris are popular among those who can afford the high prices. Velvet patola styles are also made in Surat. Patola-weaving is a closely guarded family tradition. Patola was woven in Surat, Ahmedabad and Patan.Highly valued in Indonesia, became part of the local weaving tradition there.
To create a patola saree, both the warp and weft threads are wrapped to resist the dye according to the desired pattern of the final woven fabric. This tying is repeated for each colour that is to be included in the finished cloth. The technique of dyeing the warp and weft before weaving is called double ikat. The bundles of thread are strategically knotted before dyeing. Patola saris from surat, Ahmedabad and Patan are renowned for their colourful diversity and geometrical style.
Design and pattern
There are four distinct patterns which are woven primarily in Gujarat by the salvi community. In Jain and Hindu communities, double ikat saris with entire designs of parrots, flowers, elephant, and dancing figures are generally used. In Muslim communities, saris with geometric designs and flower patterns are typical, being worn mostly for weddings and other special occasions. Maharashtrian Brahmins wear saris woven with plain, dark coloured borders and body, and a bird design called Nari Kunj.
Different kinds of patola
pPatolas are generally represented by abstract designs and geometric patterns. Elephants, human figures, kalash, flowers, shikhar, paan and parrots as well as designs inspired by the architecture of Gujarat are popular.
Types Of Patola :-
Nari kunjar bhat (women and elephant patterns)
Paan bhat (peepul leaf motif)
Navratna bhat (square-shaped patter)
Voharagaji (inspired by the Vohra community)
Fulvali bhatt (floral)
Rattanchowk bhat (geometric)