Handloom fabrics are woven by a person, not a machine — it’s that simple! No electricity is used in their making. Some are woven from hand-spun (khadi) yarn, which is the softest cotton around. These fabrics are made for us in West Bengal, India, where people have been making and exporting this kind of cloth for millennia.
See all our handwoven fabrics here, or shop by type: Handloom Cotton and Linens (solids and yarn-dyed plain weaves) or Jamdani Cottons (woven designs).
Want to see how these are made? Read about our visit to a weavers' village and take a look at handloom weaving.