RWeaves promotes following two art forms:
Patola: Patola is an ancient Gujarati art of weaving
Ikat is the meticulous technique of tying and dyeing the warp or weft or may be both before being woven into a textile form. Single Ikat fabric are created by interweaving tied and dyed warp with plain weft or resisted weft yarns is inserted in plain weft. Double ikat involves the process of resisting on both warp and weft and then interlacing them to form intricate yet well composed patterns.
The unique art form of Tangalia with its dotted splendor is practiced in Surendranagar district of Gujarat. The Dangasia community inhabiting this region is the sole group having the knowledge of Tangalia weaving technique. Women of the Bharwad community are often seen wearing dotted wrapped skirts in black with contrasting embellishments created by woven dotted forms, these are known as Tangalia which derives its name from the tang or leg.