Savita Exports represents the lavish stoles, scarfs, shawls and wraps are hand woven by traditional weavers since eternities and inherit the same knack from their ancestors, and tradition continues from one generation to another generation.

The making of the distinctive fringe, tassels and design is perhaps one of the most interesting junctures of shawl making. It takes hours to fringe each shawl, scarf or wrap.

The weaving of the traditional shawls and scarves are therefore done on hand-looms. The weaving process is itself an art, which has been passed down over generations to give you the fabulous output.

With the advent of Digital era, we have now started with power looms and sulzer looms as well. The sulzer loom is highly automatic weaving machine which helps in creating quality product with high production capacity.

Following are the footsteps of Manufacturing Process:

  • Fiber Collection
  • Fiber Spinning
  • Weaving
  • Dyeing and Printing
  • Washing and Finishing

The goats’ demeanors pashmina fibers are commercially nurtured in the Himalayas as well as now in Gobi Desert (in Mongolia). Owing to accessibility of cosmic open grazing grounds to produce pashmina economically and commercially, production of pashmina in Mongolia costs less than the Himalayas. The quality of wool acquired from the goats raised in Mongolia is the equivalent as that of the Himalayan goats. Due to ever accumulative ultimatum of pashmina and not everyone knowing about the eminence of pashmina, quite a few imitations have also appeared in the market. Acrylic and viscose pashmina are two of the most common imitations of pashmina.

Natural, contrived, synthetic, and minor miscellaneous type’s fibers are momentously lengthened substances bent by plants and animals that can be whirled into filaments and thread to produce the yarn of shawls, stoles, scarves and wraps.

The approaches of fibers used to produce fabrics or draperies to shield, moderate and embellish our living wardrobes.

We are working from 12 to 30 microns, fibers work well for spinning, needle felting, or wet felting. The inclusive range of dyed colors filaments and fibers will give the endless opportunity for blending.

Yarn is an elongated incessant span of intertwined fibers, suitable for use in the production of weaves, knitting, weaving, and embroidery.



Spinning is the preliminary step for manufacturing a scarf, shawl or a wrap into a continuous form from different sorts of fibers. Spinning is done through process of hand spinning and machine spinning. .

The yarn threads composed are basically spun by hand. Hand-spinning is an extremely painstaking task. It requires mammoth serenity, legerdemain and allegiance to spin.

This process implicates attenuating the yarn to the prerequisite drapery benevolent the thread asset by adding kink and meandering to on a spindle.

The yarn is spun on a spinning wheel locally known as 'Charkha'. Erstwhile to spiraling, the raw material is pickled by widening and scrubbing it to eradicate any filth and saturated for a few days in a muddle of rice and water to create it laxer.

In the machine spinning system staple rovings are drafted in a conformist manner, and then the roving is passed into a echoing vertical spindle. The rotating filament spindle causes the filament to wrap around the core of the staple to yield a wrapped yarn consisting of 80% to 95% staple.

For example, Silk yarn, extracted from silk cocoon is continuous filament yarns. Most of the synthetic yarns also do not require the additional processes of spinning. During spinning the delicate yarn gets cut a number of times, but the wheel restores it scrupulously, yet promptly and the exercise till the round is complete, yielding a small quantity of the soft, delicate yarn.

Yarn foundation approaches were formerly developed for spinning of natural fibers including cashmere, cotton, linen, wool and silk and pashmina.



A Weaver uses the uniform hand for par excellence fabric. It takes few days to weave a single raw scarf or a shawl. The weaving of every quality products differ according to the nature of the quality products.

Weaving can be summarized as a reiteration of these three actions, also called the primary motion of the loom.

  • Shedding
  • Picking
  • Beating-up or battening

Weaving can be like portraying with yarn, working with color and fabric at once. Weaving is a progression of entwining two types of yarn known as warp or ends (run parallel to the weaving machine known as loom) and weft or filling yarn (run perpendicular to the loom) to produce a rigid fabrics output with smoothness, less hairiness and strength characteristics of fabrics.

In the route of weaving the shuttle in thrown from left to right prudently. Due to flimsiness of the thread it often snaps and it has to be refined with extra threads that hang about in the front of the loom. During the weaving process there is about 6%wastage of thread/fiber. And The woven cloth is called “Than”

Finally, in the weaving fragment, we ensue to the meters review and counting.

Later, will start the finishes, where the aim is to prepare clothing from the weaving and confer the touch and strength individualities, in order to make them woven fabrics prompt to be used.

Next comes Dyeing, Printing and Finishing progression.



Dyeing is also done manually. Dyeing is also named as a coloration process. Only natural dyes are used, making the scarves, stoles, shawls and wraps utterly eco-friendly. Dyers with immense endurance and generations of experience are the one who dye the shawls, stoles, mufflers, scarves, and wraps, as even the smallest negligence reflects on the quality of the product. Dyeing is done at a temperature just below boiling point for nearly an hour, is outstandingly permeable, and dyes effortlessly and profoundly.

Dyeing is generally done for fiber, yarn and fabric.

After dyeing one will get a dyed materials then one should send it for after-treatment where neutralization and washing is done.


Printing is called as localized dyeing which exemplifies a scarf or shawl as a distinctive advent on colored or white fabric. We are doing two modes in printing i.e. Screen Prints and Digital Prints.

Fabrics are often printed with colour, designs and patterns using a multiplicity of techniques and machine types via direct or resist approaches.

Today, in fashion civilized era every generation enjoys the printed patterned scarves, wraps, shawls and stoles.


Washing and Finishing

Finishing encompasses chemical or mechanical treatments performed on fibre, yarn, or fabric to improve appearance, texture, or performance. Some of the fabric finishing methods are-Brushing, Shearing, Pressing, Raising, Beetling, Calendaring, Folding, etc.

Finishing can be carried out in 3 stages i.e. Pre-treatment, coloration and Finishing.

Washing and Finishing upholds the following stages:
Brushing and napping
Optical finishing

After concluding a manufacturing process one will get a gorgeous, attractive and contented end product which is tranquil for usage.