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Story of 6 yards

It’s a really great feeling when job doesn’t feels like a monotonous job. You find your horizon when you are

on the path of learning. The 500 days of my work at

THAVKI SAREES have been quite intriguing.

Each day was a challenge, and a good one!

Established in the year 1975, Thavki Sarees is one of the prominent wholesalers, manufacturers, traders and exporters of sarees in Gujarat, India. It offers a stunning gamut of Sarees, that is intricately designed in attractive colors, weaves and designs. It has excelled in gaining the trust of the clients based across the Indian Subcontinent.

Saree, a traditional indian attire, represents six yards of pure extravagance, a fusion of colours with traditional as well as modern motifs woven precisely. By focusing on these aspects, I joined the design team of Thavki Sarees shortly after my graduation as a textile designer.

Key Responsibilites

Producing initial sketches, designs and samples for presentation to department head.

Clearly and accurately communicate sampling and other technical issues/ concerns/ updates to cross-functional teams.

Assessing and approving completed items by skechers and editors, providing comments/approvals on print submit in a timely fashion.

Manage operations of the design department effectively through the optimisation of the sampling processes in order to meet safe and quality delivery of objectives.

Using specialist software and computer-aided design (CAD) programs like ARAHNE to develop a range of weaves.

Working in close collaboration with the sales and production department, to match the company's goals and customers’ demands.

saree dynamics


What goes into making a saree?

Pattu. Paithani. Patola.
Himachal to Tamil Nadu. Gujarat to Assam.
Every state is draped in the story of 6 yards.

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saree details
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