Scraps from the cutting of these garments (and others) are used in the making of the Kirpa Tee.
The pieces are ironed, marked and cut into squares.
These are then sewn together. The sewing is simple and done by trainees who need to learn to sew in a straight line and get familiar with sewing on an electric machine.
An artisan holds up a finished patchworked piece. Dyeing it is the next step.
After it is dyed, it is dried. This piece will undergo a second dyeing process before it is ready to be cut for the final product.
The final dyed patchwork and the finished garment.