At Karnam, we are grateful to nature and culture, that’s how we celebrate and consciously believe in sustainability. We use heritage Indian textiles from all over the country. India has 100s of rich traditional history in textiles which are all curates by hand through out all the processes with a less tech mechanism, including spinning, weaving, dyeing, printing, and embroidery, etc. This process makes our fabrics with zero footprints, Eco-friendly, and handmade.


Because of hand-spun, hand-woven in fabrics you may find variations and irregularities in the fabric, which are not defects but are integral to and characteristic of hand-loom which make the fabric more beautiful




 Our Fabrics:


Kala cotton




Block prints

Hand printed


Blends with new sustainable fibers



-Jamdani is a form of loom embroidery with intricate, opaque motifs woven over a fine muslin base.


-Muslin is handwoven from very fine, high-count yarns with a very soft touch


-Hand Block Printing involves carving designs into wooden blocks by hand and then dipping them in dye and hand printing the designs on the fabric.


-Kala Cotton is genetically pure cotton from Kachchh Gujarat India it is organic, as the farmers do not use any pesticides and synthetic fertilizers. 


-we create Blended fabrics when two or more unique kinds of fibers are mixed to create a new fabric with unique properties, feel, and drape


-We Up-cycled our hand-loom textile waste fabric cutting and create a fresh piece, giveaway bags, etc.

Products for a more sustainable life - Handmade in India with love