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Chyangra Pashmina products are usually made either

100% Chyangra Pashmina

‘The 100%’ variety is the softest and the most delicate of all. In 100% Chyangra Pashmina®, the pashmina yarn is used in both ‘warp’ and ‘weft’ in the weaving. Different diameters of pashmina yarns are used in warp & weft to produce a variety of weaves and products. The yarn is produced from locally produced  fiber or sourced internationally.

Silk blended Chyangra Pashmina

To give shine and luster, the Chyangra Pashmina is blended in various combinations with fine silk. The warmth of Chyangra Pashmina and the strength and luster of silk create a new lustrous and rich look. When weaving, the silk yarn is placed in the ‘warp’ and pashmina yarn is placed in the ‘weft’ under various combinations. The specification 70:30, 60:40, 55:45 denotes the ratio of Chyangra Pashmina content to silk content by weight.

Shaded Fabrics

Various colored shades are created either by dyeing the yarn itself before weaving or by a process of multi-stage dyeing of the fabric to create desired shades and patterns. Reversible fabrics, using different colors or shades on either sides are also possible.

Embroidered Articles

The art of embroidery-decorating fabrics with sewn patterns of colored threads – is part of the traditional craft of Nepal region. With the combination of different colored threads and different motifs (typical designs are inspired by local plants, flowers, animals and birds) a distinctive look can be given with almost infinite possibilities.

Jacquard

The art of embroidery-decorating fabrics with sewn patterns of colored threads – is part of the traditional craft of Nepal region. With the combination of different colored threads and different motifs (typical designs are inspired by local plants, flowers, animals and birds) a distinctive look can be given with almost infinite possibilities.