Indian hand crafted and hand woven textiles are exemplified in the sari, a single unstitched cloth that allows for an almost infinite amount of variation in texture, color and design. The style, colors and textures vary from region to region across India, and even the way it is worn. In this workshop, learn how to drape a sari and explore its meaning in the diversity of culture in India.
Presented by Amrita Sharma, FLTA from India.
Sponsored by the CSLC.
Originally published at cslc.nd.edu.