Our Manufacturing process


Weaving is one of the important processes in this industry. Before understanding this process, familiarise yourself with the following terminologies.

Warp: a vertical strand

Weft: a horizontal strand

At first, warp and weft are interlaced at right angles. This creates a complex arrangement of strands which provides toughness and flexibility at the same time. By repeating this step continuously, strong and reliable fabrics or garments are created. Although this process is exactly similar to hand weaving, machine weaving makes cloth much more sustainable and damage-free.

Looms have been considered as the most convenient and efficient machine for the weaving process since it was invented.


Attractiveness of a cloth is defined by different shades of colours. Thus, the dyeing process is deemed as the heart of the textile industry.

Colouring the fibers, yarns or any other textile material is called dyeing. Dyes, according to the requirement of client or market demand, are mixed with finished textile material for a certain period of time to have an aesthetic appearance of the clothes or textiles. This process leaves the clothes or other textile materials with durable colours.

Dyes can be found in a power, crystals, paste, or liquid dispersion form which is dissolved in an aqueous solution such as water. Dyeing can either be performed by hands or by machines.

Dyeing has been an extremely old practice, even scholars find early mention of dyeing textiles as far back as 2600 BC.


Digital Printing:

In this emerging era of innovation, the printing method has also been updated. Now, we are able to print the designs made on the computer to a piece of cloth without passing through the cumbersome process. This can be done by using a Large-Format Digital Printing Machine. This is what we call Digital Printing.

Two most known and effective prevailing Digital Printing methods are as follows,

  • Sublimation Digital Printing
  • Direct Digital Printing

These methods are known to print the digital format on fabrics by using large-format and/or high-volume laser or inkjet printers regardless of any media.

Initially, inks are formulated according to the fibers on which the design will be printed such as Cotton, Silk, Polyester, Nylon, etc. When the process starts, the fabric is entered into the printing machine by rollers, and minute particles of ink are sprayed on the fabric to give accurate details.

It also has environmental and cost benefits since it saves a significant amount of water and electricity as compared to the traditional methods of fabric printing.

 Epson (sublimation) digital printing machine has a digital fabric printing solution for virtually any fabric type – from polyesters and blends to natural fibers such as silks, cotton, linen, wool, and rayon.

Rotary Printing:

A rotary printing is a process in which the images to be printed are curved around a cylinder.

This method is considered to be the most adaptable and flexible method of printing.

What makes this method more attractive is that the design can be printed on any fabric material regardless of its shape, thickness, and size. More thickened ink can be applied as compared to the other printing techniques which gives a highlighted and appealing outcome.

An extensive range of inks and dyes can be utilised in screen-painting which is an added advantage of this printing method. Rotary Printing supports higher levels of production and due to this reason application of this technique has been increasing day by day.



Embroidery on a cloth is a traditional practice. However, the majority of embroidery work is done by machines nowadays rather than using hands. Although handmade embroidery has personal emotions attached to it and a lot of people still prefer handmade embroidery, machine embroidery is faster and more detailed than hand embroidery.

For the purpose of decorating, a needle and thread or yarn is used to embed metal strips, pearls, beads, quills, sequins, and many other decorative to make a cloth look captivating.

The most preferable fabrics for machine and hand embroidery is Natural Fabrics with a tight weave. For example, cotton, linen, silk, and wool.

Sewing machines or embroidery machines are incorporated for creating any type of design on textiles. Currently, its usage has increased for the intention of product branding, corporate advertising, and uniform adornment.

Our Lustrous Fabric Is Distinctive. Your Garment Should Be Too.

Our fabric helps fashion labels create comfortable high-end fast fashion garments.

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A leading textile company in Surat, India rolling out manufacturing & processing of Knitted high-fashion fabrics.

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