Ikat Masterclass

$49.00$59.00

In the first of its kind demonstrative class learn how to design and create your own handloom artisanal ikat fabrics.
For the first time traditional ikat weavers and Sonica Sarna come together to teach you the technical steps and practical aspects of designing ikat fabrics collections.
This unique course is designed by Sonica Sarna based on over ten years of expertise of working with ikat artisans.

You will get:

Recorded class of 1.5 hours

1-month access

*No COD available for class booking

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How to design your own Ikat  Collection

What you will learn

In this unique information packed masterclass taught both by Sonica and Tripurasundari,you will learn the detail step by step process of creating an ikat collection.

You will learn how to create an ikat artwork, the technical aspects of fabric design, motifs and dyes. We will walk you through the ideal ways to work respectfully with artisans considering fair wage and cultural appropriation. We will share guidelines on the practical aspects of pricing, timelines and how to expect the unexpected. Learn all this and more directly from the weavers themselves.

Tripurasundari

Meet our partner educators

This first of a kind masterclass will be taught by Sonica Sarna in partnership with Tripurasundari ikat weavers.

Sonica Sarna

Sonica Sarna brings over two decades of expertise in apparel design and production, artisan partnerships and sustainability to this course that she has designed to help designers to create collections in partnership with traditional Indian artisan communities for the global marketplace. She is a bridge between traditional knowledge and the contemporary fashion industry.

Tripurasundari

Triupurasundari weavers are a traditional ikat weaving community located in the village of Choutuppal in Telangana. They are generational ikat artisans who will share their traditional expertise of ikat dyeing and weaving along with modern innovations in fabric so that contemporary designers can learn from them and collaborate with them.