TRADITIONAL EMBROIDERIES OF INDIA BOOK
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Some of the stitches that are used in Chikankari work include: taipchi, pechni, pashni, bakhia ulta bakhia and sidhi bakhia , gitti, jangira, murri, phanda, jaalis etc. In English: chain stitch, buttonhole stitch, French knots and running stitch, shadow work.
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Another is the khatao also called khatava or katava. Small pieces of zari ribbon are applied onto the fabric with the edges sewn down to create elaborate patterns. Lengths of wider golden ribbons are stitched on the edges of the fabric to create an effect of gold zari work. Khandela in Shekhawati is famous for its manufacture.
The Muslim community uses Kinari or edging, a fringed border decoration. Gota-kinari practiced mainly in Jaipur , utilising fine shapes of bird, animals, human figures which are cut and sewn on to the material. Traditionally, worn out clothes and saris were piled together and stitched into quilts. Rural Bengali women still do this with cotton saris, the embroidery thread being taken from the sari border.
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It started as a method of making quilts, but the same type of embroidery can also be found on saris, salwar suits, stoles, napkins, etc. Themes include human beings, animals, flowers, geometric designs and mythological figures.
Karchobi - Rajasthan[ edit ] It is a raised zari metallic thread embroidery created by sewing flat stitches on cotton padding. As New Hardcover. Save for Later.
Buy Used Price: About this Item Contents: Kantha of Bengal. Kashida of Bihar. Embroidery of Gujarat. Chamba Rumal of Himachal.
Kasuti of Karnataka. Kashida of Kashmir. Embroidery of Manipur. Applique Craft of Orissa. Phulkari of Punjab. Embroidery of Rajasthan. Chikankari of Uttar Pradesh. Metal embroidery.
Simple embroidery stitches. Indians are world famous for their magnificent work manship and produced the most beautiful textiles and further decorated with embroidey and its variegated charms. Unity in diversity is not only through culture, custom, but also in costume and decoration. Each state has its unique embroidery expressing the life style of the people inhabited their occupation, custom, thoughts, beliefs and likings, history explains the influence of travelers artisans, artists, art of neighbouring countries and states on Indian embroidery.
Persian art has a greater influence on designs and motifs, picked up from Tree of Life. Kashmiri embroidery is primarily done on shawls and regional garments like Phiran woollen kurtas , Gabba woolen floor rugs and Namdaah woollen rugs as well as stoles using chain stitch embroidery.
Nowadays, Kashida is also used to decorate household items like bed covers, cushion covers, lampshades, bags and other accessories. Kasuti Karnataka Kasutiis a traditional form of folk embroidery, practiced in the state of Karnataka, India. The name Kasuti Kannada is derived from the words Kai means hand and Suti means cotton , indicating an activity that is done by hand on cotton.
It has been a main occupation and source of income for many rural women from that region. Kasuti embroidery involves four kinds of stitches menthi, gavanti, negi and murgi. The motifs are inspired by everyday objects, religion, architecture, flora and fauna, and culture of this region etc.
The embroidery threads are drawn from the old silk sari borders and executed by counting the yarns on the base material that is why the motifs are not traced on the fabric.
Presently Kasuti embroidery is also done on home products like cushion covers, bedcovers, curtains etc. Chikankari of Utter Pradesh Chikankari embroidery, known as Shadow work by using herringbone stitch from the wrong side of the fabric and creates shadow on the right side and at the same imparts an outline to the motif.
It is an integral part of the life and culture of Lucknow and recognized, worldwide. The name Chikan has been derived from the Persian word 'Chakin' or 'Chikeen' meaning a kind of cloth with needle work.
Chikan is said to have originated as a court craft during the reign of Mughal emperor Jahangir, by his wife Noor Jahan. Traditionally, the Chikankari was exclusively done on white fabric known as Tanzeb using white thread. There are three types of stitches used in chikankari: Flat stitches, such as Taipachi running stitch , Ghaspatti fill with petals and leaves , Pechani running stitch in regular manner , Bakhia herringbone stitch, done on both side of the fabric and Thurs cross stitch done on the right side of the fabric.
Embossed stitch such as Hool button hole , Gitti button hole and satin , Murri French knot , Phanda French knot , Janjira chain stitch. Jali work is the most striking feature of chikankari, creates delicate net effect on the fabric. Earlier brass, bone, copper or iron needles were used whereas now days, only steel needles are used for fine embroidery, was done on white tanjeb; the muslin from Dacca, using only white untwisted cotton or sometimes tussar silk for embroidery.
It is used on all imaginable garments. Chikankari b. Kantha Kantha of Bengal It is a domestic and folk art of Bengal, done on the old and discarded garments like layers of dhoti and sari, which stitched together with simple running stitch in white thread.
Basically, this embroidery involves simple running stitch. The embroidery threads used are taken from the old sari borders. Kantha was mainly used as quilts and also offered to special guests to sit or sleep on it and include bags for keeping money and book cover.
It was presented to the bride and groom as well as used to wrap valuables and gifts.Bawan means the number 52; in these pieces we usually find 52different patterns. Then looping of the threads around the entire structure of the stitch is worked. Its images reach back to even earlier sources, pre and post- Vedic. Traditional Embroideries of India.
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