Custom Block Printing

Custom Printing

Since years we have been developing our own block printing programs, printing on different fabrics like organic cotton, flax, silk, conventional cotton, cotton silk, cotton flax, rayon, slubs, organic khadi, and many more sustainable fibre fabrics like bamboo fibre fabric, soyabean protein fibre fabric, lotus fabric, banana fabric, rose petal fabric, eucalyptus fabric, corn fabric, milk fabric, and few more experiments, working in different yarn counts ranging from 6's, 10's, 20's, 30's, 40's, 50's, 60's, 80's, 100's, 120's and more, and designs inspired by Indian artisans and western friends.

We are ready to take custom orders in smaller minimum quantities for printing of different products (meterage and yardage available). We trade fair and use low impact dyes and auxiliaries.

For custom printing at Myyra, we bring together your design with the talent of the artisans from our team. Whether you are a designer or a startup, assistance is provided at all stages of your order.

In custom designing, we take care of all things from changing and mixing colors to the placement of your logo. In short, we take care of your needs.



Our sampling process is 4-6 weeks from handoff of approved tech pack.

Step 1


We tailor our prints to each customer. To begin the custom design process you can contact us and tell us what you have in mind. From here, the magic happens.

Step 2


Together we can discuss what type of design you are thinking about. A geometric design on a scarf? A contemporary-styled table runner? A colorful quilt? The options are endless, from patterns to colors, and we are here to help.


 Step 3


Once the details for of your print are finalized, we work together to create a template for the design of your hand-carved block.

 Step 4


Once the block design is finalized, we print it out to-scale and hand-deliver it to the block-makers we work with. In 5-7 days your design is carved into sagwan, sheesham, or local rohida wood.

 Step 5


Before long, the design in your mind is printed onto fabric, and your textile is born.

 Step 6


The final touches – cutting, stitching, rolling and hemming. Lastly, a thorough quality check before we ship your product.