Saree with red, blue, green are generally preferred with 6 to 9 meters long with the starting rate from Rs. 200 with cotton saree to Rs. 8000 of silk with pit loom and power loom.
A Large number of variations in the size and composition of checks are usually found in the body of Ilkal saree some are mentioned below.
|• Ragavali||- With simple checks of two and four ends are normally called Ragavali.|
|• Kaddi Chikki||- Pattern of saree with smaller checks.|
|• Patang Checks||- Also known as shirting checks which have more elaborate checks.|
|• Mandap checks||- The two warp yarns and weft are positioned at certain distance to form larger checks.|
|• Dapla checks||- Are usually like the Mandap but smaller.|
|• Jabra Patta||- This word is said to originate from the zebra stripes with broad stripes in the body.|
|• Pancarangi||- Checks with generally three or more coloured ends.|
|• Chandrekali||- Saree’s with plain bluish black body are known as Chandrekali.|
|• Basanthi||- Saree’s with a red and orange combination are known as Basanthi.|