Khadi and Ajrak (Naturally Printed) Fabrics at Wenlin Studio


We are very pleased to share that we have stocked a collection of hand-woven khadi fabrics, made in the Kamalia region of Pakistan. We have also stocked a few naturally dyed Ajrak fabrics which are mordant printed and mud dyed using ancient dyeing recipes by the artisans in the Sindh region of Pakistan.

Both fabrics have strong traditional roots and have historically been made in their respective regions by the skill atrisans, who then pass down their knowladge from one genaration to another.

Making of Ajrak Textiles in Sindh, Pakistan.


A portrait of Kamalia  from medival times, the city is belived to be a part of ancient civilization and said to be existing even before the Alexander the Great. Source



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