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The solid ultramarine blue fabric was the chosen one for our “REVIVAL PROJECT” from the 1990’s. This was one of the first few designs we created at Svasa in 1998…..with the 2 girls we had trained in-house for kutch embroidery. Kutch work is a traditional type of embroidery made in a geometric pattern using two steps one is a base made of cross stitches and the second is the interlacing technique where the threads are woven into the boxes without piercing the fabrics except at the end. The deep Ultramarine mercerized cotton which is a purely handwoven one was cut and stitched with a self coloured yoke in front . The cuts were highlighted in a sharp lime green color. A close neck in front and a drop neck at the back. Canary yellow threads were used to embroider the kutch border along the entire cut all through the back, neck and the front. The LIME GREEN transparent Maheshwari saree was our best choice to drape with this bold blouse. A sharp summer combination for all occasions and for those women who love bold contrasts.
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- SIZE 32: LENGTH - 14.5", SHOULDER - 13.5", CHEST - 32", WAIST - 26", ARMHOLE - 17", BUST POINT - 9", SLEEVE LENGTH - 12", SLEEVE ROUND - 9"

- SIZE 34: LENGTH - 14.5", SHOULDER - 14", CHEST - 34", WAIST - 29", ARMHOLE - 17.5", BUST POINT - 9", SLEEVE LENGTH - 12", SLEEVE ROUND - 10"

- SIZE 36: LENGTH - 14.5", SHOULDER - 14.5", CHEST - 36", WAIST - 31", ARMHOLE - 18", BUST POINT - 9.5", SLEEVE LENGTH - 12", SLEEVE ROUND - 11"

- SIZE 38: LENGTH - 15", SHOULDER - 15", CHEST - 38", WAIST - 32", ARMHOLE - 19", BUST POINT - 10", SLEEVE LENGTH - 12", SLEEVE ROUND - 11.5"

- SIZE 40: LENGTH - 15", SHOULDER - 15.5", CHEST - 40", WAIST - 34", ARMHOLE - 20", BUST POINT - 10", SLEEVE LENGTH - 12", SLEEVE ROUND - 12"

- SIZE 42: LENGTH - 15", SHOULDER - 16", CHEST - 42", WAIST - 35", ARMHOLE - 20.5", BUST POINT - 10.5", SLEEVE LENGTH - 12", SLEEVE ROUND - 12.5"

- SIZE 44: LENGTH - 15", SHOULDER - 16", CHEST - 44", WAIST - 36", ARMHOLE - 20.5", BUST POINT - 10.5", SLEEVE LENGTH - 12", SLEEVE ROUND - 13.5"

- SIZE 46: LENGTH - 15", SHOULDER - 16", CHEST - 46", WAIST - 37", ARMHOLE - 21.5", BUST POINT - 11", SLEEVE LENGTH - 12", SLEEVE ROUND - 14"

Our artisans creatively hand embroider, hand paint and hand print the blouses that come to you from the design house of SVASA. We use hand woven fabric extensively. You may notice very minute, almost insignificant flaws in the crafts since they are all handmade. We urge our patrons to overlook a few human errors that may have occurred in the process. Our aspirations are towards an empowered society, focusing on keeping traditional needlecraft alive for a long time to come.

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