International Journal of Home Science
2016, VOL. 2 ISSUE 3, PART G
Farm to fashion: Preference of women for the contemporary usage of khes
Author(s): Preetpal Kaur and Harinder Saggu
Khes weaving craft was mainly adopted by schedule caste families in Malwa region of Punjab. Ten designs for khes samples were developed through computer aided designing (CAD) using Corel Draw X3. These designs were used for making prototype samples of khes. The samples were evaluated on the basis of design, colour combination, weave pattern, texture and overall appearance. Majority of the respondents preferred design S8 of khes which was ranked first. The most selected khes design was prepared and evaluated for the contemporary usage of khes by 90 respondents. The quoted price was considered adequate with a profit margin 30.76 per cent and the consumers were ready to pay the quoted price.
How to cite this article:
Preetpal Kaur and Harinder Saggu. Farm to fashion: Preference of women for the contemporary usage of khes. International Journal of Home Science. 2016; 2(3): 391-394.