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Viscous Khadi Cream Silk Sarees  with Dark Blue Silk Mark Certified Muslin Pallu Get Extra 10% Discount on All Prepaid Transaction

Viscous Khadi Cream Silk Sarees with Dark Blue Silk Mark Certified Muslin Pallu Get Extra 10% Discount on All Prepaid Transaction

Rs. 3,092.00 Rs. 4,590.00

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Khadi has long been associated with the freedom movement and the strong will of a nation to set itself free from the clutches of a century-long for...
Viscous Khadi Cream Silk Sarees  with Dark Grey Silk Mark Certified Muslin Pallu Get Extra 10% Discount on All Prepaid Transaction

Viscous Khadi Cream Silk Sarees with Dark Grey Silk Mark Certified Muslin Pallu Get Extra 10% Discount on All Prepaid Transaction

Rs. 3,084.00 Rs. 4,590.00

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Khadi has long been associated with the freedom movement and the strong will of a nation to set itself free from the clutches of a century-long for...
Beige Kachi Work Bangladesi Silk Mark Certified Muslin Resom Silk Sarees Get Extra 10% Discount on All Prepaid Transaction

Beige Kachi Work Bangladesi Silk Mark Certified Muslin Resom Silk Sarees Get Extra 10% Discount on All Prepaid Transaction

Rs. 3,001.00

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Dailybuyys Muslin is a loosely woven cotton fabric. It’s made using the plain weave technique, which means that a single weft thread alternates ove...
Dailybuyys Muslin is a loosely woven cotton fabric. It’s made using the plain weave technique, which means that a single weft thread alternates over and under a single warp thread. Muslin is known as the material used in fashion prototypes to test patterns before cutting and stitching the final product.

Muslin originated in what is now Dhaka, Bangladesh, with the first references to muslin dating back to the prehistoric period. Muslin was a valuable commodity, often worth the same as gold, and has been traded around the world throughout human history. European traders first discovered the muslin in Mosul, Iraq, however, hence the name muslin.

During British colonial rule in India and Bangladesh, muslin weavers were brutally treated and forced to weave other fabrics, while muslin was imported from Europe. Gandhi, the leader of the Indian independence movement, started spinning yarn himself to make khadi, a type of muslin, as a way to promote self-reliance and to peacefully resist British rule.

How to Care for Muslin:
Dailybuyys Muslin should be treated gently when washing. Here are some steps to follow when caring for a muslin item.

Machine wash or hand wash muslin using cold water.

Use gentle laundry detergent.

Hang the item or lay muslin flat to dry. You can also tumble dry on low, but make sure to remove the item from the dryer before it’s completely dry.

Dailybuyys Muslin fabric is made from cotton, but certain forms can also incorporate silk and viscose. Muslin differs from other cotton weaves used for items like shirts and dresses because it has a much looser, more open weave.


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