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Wednesday Word: Ikat

Ikat noun.

Ikat, pronounced ee-kaht, refers to either the technique used to create this woven cloth or the cloth itself. This interesting textile originated in South Asian and the word ikat is Indonesian in origin.


Sambalpuri Saree.jpg
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