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DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT APPAREL USING DEVELOPED FABRICS
Weaving by hand and other other handicrafts are firmly rooted in our culture's history and customs. Whether it was a tool or a decorative object, it never failed to bring us joy. In addition to all of these functions, it is also a significant contributor to the Indian economy. This research was conducted in order to establish Mashru once again via innovative design, development, and a broader range of products, as well as to learn more about its history and design idiom. Researchers used a variety of approaches, including case studies, interviews, focus groups, and observations, to get the job done, including descriptive, exploratory, and experimental studies. Weavers and merchants in the Kutch-Bhuj villages of Patan, Bhujodi, Mandavi, and Godhra provided the bulk of the information gathered. Snowball and purposive sampling were used to get data on the craftspeople. The future of Mashru depends on a younger generation that is educated about the importance of their trade.
Clothing and Textiles, Design, Diversification, Traditional Mashru
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