Embroidery Nourishes The Soul Of Fabric

Updated: Feb 12, 2019

Hands Do Have A Magic And Can Implement Infinite Themes!!

Embroidery is a type of craft done in variant ways on different embroidery as an necessary skill to enhance the charm of clothes. Nowadays we can see embroidered hats, dresses, blankets, shoes, denims everywhere. It's trending high in fashion and traditionally it reflects Indian Continents as well. Embroidery mainly done with pearls, beads, quills and sequence. running_trends are available in variety of yarns and colors.

kantha is type of embroidery mostly practiced by rural women of eastern subcontinent of India. kantha_embroidery traditionally used to done on soft dhotis and saris with simple running stitch along the edges final product were known as lepkantha or Sujni Kantha. There are various clothes type included such as shawls, covers for mirror, boxes and pillows the stitch on the fabric gives a wrinkled, wavy effect to the cloth. Contemporary kantha get applies to a wider range of clothes like saris, dupatta, men's/ women's shirt bidding on cotton and silk clothes.


Chikan is a kind of traditional embroidery from Lucknow India, The belief in this embroidery is that this has been introduced by Nur Jehan from Mughal emperor. This is one of the best textile decoration style in Lucknow. We can find this embroidery in local market of Lucknow.

The techniques of creating chikan work is known as chikankari. Chikan is devoted and artfully done hand embroidery on a variety of fabrics such as muslin, silk, chiffon, organza, net etc.The process of chikankari includes the following steps:

*Design

*Engraving

*Block Printing

*Embroidery

*washing and finishing

The types of stitches used in embroidery such as back stitch, chain stitch and hem stitch are some common stitches..

There are dozens of embroidery style practices in Indian different regions according clothing styles. Design in Indian embroidery are based on texture, fabrics and stitches.

There are many geometric prints involved in rajasthani embroidery. Rajasthani embroidery consist of gold thread needle with zari ribbon applied onto the fabric with the edge sewn down to create elaborate patterns. The muslim community uses edges decorated with gota patti.

Punjab is known for its 'Phulkari'. It's an embroidery done with 'floss silk thread'. Geometric patterns are very commonly done on fabric. Phulkari embroidery is a technique from the Punjab Region of Indian subcontinent which reflects flower work, We can say mainly its an embroidery done on shawls and head scarves. Phulkari uses for special occasions as well like wedding ceremonies. Full elaborated cover is called Baghs("garden") and scattered work on fabric is called adha bagh("half garden").


Zardozi is an Persian word in which zari means 'gold', dozi reflects 'work'. It's an metal embroidery. It has also used in adorn walls of royal tents, scabbards, wall hanging etc. zardozi embroidery includes elaborate designs using gold and silver threads along with studded pearls and precious stones. Before the embroidery done with silver and gold wires but nowadays craftsmen uses copper wire, with gold or silver polish and silk thread. Rehmani is one of type of famous zardozi embroidery. In ancient India 'gold embroidery' used to done but later a loss of patronage and industrialization led to decline this embroidery.


Playing With Needle & Thread On Fabric Is Known As Kadhai "embroidery" !!

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