Net Sarees For Women
Net or netting is any textile in which the yarns are fused, looped or knotted at their intersections, resulting in a fabric with open spaces between the yarns. Net has many uses, and come in different varieties of sarees. Depending on the type of yarn or filament that is used to make up a variety of designer sarees, its characteristics can vary according to the type of knot and how it is woven.
Hand-made or machine-made net is used as the foundation fabric for many kinds of needlework, including Filet lace and tambour lace. Netting can be used for many things. This includes adding fullness to a saree. Most commonly addressed as a wedding saree, it is also used for many costumes, including daily wear comfortable saree. Netting can also be used to make a customized saree according to your choice. Netting can also be referred to when considering the handmade craft. Using either the Lace-maker or the Net-maker method to tie the netting-knot, you can create several types of netting.
Garments with elements of net can be traced back to ancient India as well as western civilizations. While historically the origin of this fabric remains unclear, it is apparent that it has been used for centuries. In terms of ethnic fashion, the oldest net saree is traced to the pre-Mughal era.
Different weaving patterns can be used for different kinds of netting. Depending on the use of the textile, the size of the holes in the net will vary. Weaving patterns, as opposed to knitting patterns, are more often used for knotless netting. Each strand, when used for a knotless netting weave, can sometimes be coated before being woven to ensure more durability. If a weave is coated after being woven it can show to be more durable when exposed to heat or pressure- depending on the type of coat and give your saree a long life and can be worn for years. Hence durability is also a very important factor in choosing a saree.
Net has been one of the most sensual fabrics available in the fashion industry. It is used widely to create Indian ethnic attires as well. Net fabric is usually used to create sections of the garment. Or is layered over a sturdier fabric in order to cover the garment in its entirety. It owes its popularity to the mystical aura that it generates when worn.
When creating this fabric, the yarns of thread are looped, knotted or fused only at their intersections. This helps create open spaces between the yarns. This is how net fabric gets its light, gauzy look.
Types Of Net Fabrics
There are many different types of net fabrics that are used in ethnic fashion.
Depending on the garment, net sarees can be worn in a variety of different ways. When wearing a net saree, the diaphanous pallu is usually the highlight of the garment. It can be paired with light jewelry that does not take away from the gauzy look of the garment and high heeled shoes. The ensemble is usually received well at both, formal and informal occasions.
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