Weftscapes examines a fresh approach to the creation and making of Jamdani fabrics, both in its weaving, choice of raw materials, patterns, designs and the end-product—a finished garment. Three inherently intertwined yet disparate stories come together for the first time in this initiative.  The versatility of the Jamdani weaving technique involves the use of a supplementary weft technique.

The idea here is to explore the various possibilities of introducing different yarns into the weave. The versatility of Indian handlooms and the dexterity of its weavers allows for a unique experiment where diverse materials and objects are strung and woven in by hand through the fabric.