Weaving: Its Elegance and Its Beauty.
The message of the weaves is the same in all cultures. It is an answer to an eternal question: How can I see the world through your eyes? Woven ornaments or pictures reveal the message of beauty, aspiration, and aspiration itself.
Expert weavers are proud of their art. They speak about it to all who visit them. Their pride is not in how the weavings look, but how they have touched the lives of the weavers. In this way, their art gives color to their world.
Each time a weaver finishes the weaves, he or she turns them into something special. This will be a souvenir of the journey, a memento for every occasion. The savings become a symbol of love, life, and hope.
But when the weavings get old, they lose their value. They lose their sparkle and become outdated. They begin to hang in their clothes. The weavings are no longer cherished treasures but mere clothing items.
Therefore, the weavers buy new weavings to replace those they have replaced and to attract those who wear it in such times of lost beauty. That is why weavers always replace their savings at a particular season, to improve their value.
In ancient times, the weavers used to mix a dye in water. When it dries, they draw designs on the weavings and then bind the designs with thread.
Designs used to add beauty to the weavings. There were many different designs that were applied according to the need and preferences of the weavers.
Then, some of the weavers had all the designs drawn on cloth. But, other weavers were known to use pigment paints, which is easier to use and more beautiful. The paint came as a wonder material because it had all the qualities of modern art.
Nowadays, different patterns and colors are mixed together to create any design you like. Some weavers even specialize in creating heirloom patterns and designs. Each weaver’s style is unique because each weaver creates his own patterns.
Every element of beauty that can be expressed is being discovered by us. All our creations are a combination of new scientific discoveries, age-old traditions, and the various combinations of our imaginations.