|Ialalhe at a Glance|
|Required for Alterations||Yes (additional rules)|
Ialalhe is a weaving technique where the dust from a crushed gemstone is woven into a like-colored fabric at the spinning stage, which gives it a beautiful sheen that plays well with light. The dust tends to naturally gather at the crossweave and the seams of a finished product, highlighting them. Due to the way it's woven, the material is difficult to produce in large sheets, and larger garments are usually made from small bolts stitched together to make use of the natural pattern.
Some types include:
- Amethyst ialalhe: Uses crushed amethyst dust.
- Deep red ialalhe: Uses crushed ruby dust.
- Dusky ialalhe: Uses crushed nightfire opal dust.
- Ocean-blue ialalhe: Uses crushed sapphire dust.
- Pale green ialalhe: Uses crushed svelae dust.
This material is required for alterations.
- We can change the color of the fabric during alterations.
- The color must be consistent with the gem, and both should be specified in the tap or look.
- If using a rare gem to supply the color, the gem must be provided.
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