Sekir is arranging threads into motifs. This process requires special skills and extraordinary diligence. This process is the most complicated process in the manufacture of cloth using manual weaving, where you have to arrange thin threads so that they become motifs that match the width of the fabrics.
Abu means grey and kelir means color
Sekir Abu Kelir is made from pre-consumer waste. To produce a gray color, Pable mixes all the colors of the textile waste material so that sometimes there is a pink or yellow color between the fibers.
Using 12S thread size, so that the character of the fabric is light enough and comfortable to wear for everyday wear.
Width 94 cm
Yarn size 12S
Yarn color grey and raw white
- Purchase min 1 m and its multiples apply
- The color of the fabric / yarn cannot be the same because it depends on the color of the waste
- Each fabric is woven manually by artisan weavers so that the motifs, shapes, characteristics of the fabrics, and colors will have differences
- The amount of fabric stock can change at any time