Story of Silk
  • STORY OF YAKTO STORY OF YAKTO

    Here you can read about the fascinating history of Yakto.

  • OUR WORKSHOP OUR WORKSHOP

    Take a look at our traditional workshop where all our handwoven products (silk scarves, shawls) are made.

  • MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS

    Miscellaneous articles and information on culture, history, traditional weaving and more.

GOLDEN HANDS STRECHING FROM PAST TO PRESENT

Posted by in OUR WORKSHOP on June 11, 2014 . 0 Comments.

That same tradition has been carried on for years: the tradition of getting up early in the morning and working throughout the day. Raising silkworms and weaving silk are challenging crafts that require mastership. A product goes through 30 phases, silkworm, yarns, warp, weaving, dying, etc., until it reaches the final phase. Tiring though it is, one forgets about fatigue when performing this job, producing, and enjoying its unique pleasure. So now, let’s now talk briefly about the production phases of silk.

Last update: September 05, 2017

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