When one hears the word “Shubinak”, the first question that comes to mind is “What does it mean?” In Khowar; the language of the high valleys of Chitral, Pakistan; Shubinak has two meanings. One is to describe the warping of a loom by women spinners; the other is the word for spider, nature’s master weaver. Because of its purely natural and organic origins, Shu has a rugged texture, and a unique look and feel; there will always be a difference in the shade of each individual item. Due to the tremendous amount of hand-crafting involved in the process of making Shu, this fabric and products made from it are far from perfect as per conventional standards.
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