Embroidery Sarees For Women
What Is Embroidery?
Embroidery is the art of working raised and ornamental designs in threads of silk, cotton, gold, silver, or other material, upon any woven fabric, leather, paper, etc., with a needle on a cloth. It is decorative needlework done usually on loosely woven cloth or canvas, often being a picture or pattern.
Wool, linen, and silk have been in use for thousands of years for both fabric and yarn. Today, embroidery thread is manufactured in cotton, rayon, and novelty yarns as well as in traditional wool, linen, and silk. Ribbon embroidery uses narrow ribbon in silk or silk/organza blend ribbon, most commonly to create floral motifs and are used to make beautiful sarees.
Types of Embroidery Stitches
The running stitch is mostly used to create an outline to an embroidery design. This kind of stitch used for sewing almost anything from clothing to embroidery.
The back stitch is a thin-line stitch commonly used in outlining a design before filling with satin stitch. It is also used if you want to add fine detail to your work design.
The split stitch looks like a mini-chain stitch when done continuously. It’s great to use in outlining designs like floral stems.
It is basically an easy stitch used in covering certain designs (like a leaf) which leaves a smooth, satin-like appearance. Some embroiderers create an outline of the design first using straight stitches to make sure the satin stitches naturally lies within its parameter
It means Mirror Work. Mirror work has been in vogue for centuries and is popularly known as “Sheesha” or “Abhla Bharat” embroidery. This is an art form in which mirrors of various shapes are fixed on to the fabric through embroidery. Shisheh or abhla bharat embroidery of mirror-work is a type of embroidery which attaches small pieces of mirrors reflect metal to fabric. Mirror embroidery is spread throughout Asia, and today can be found in the traditional embroidery of the Indian subcontinent, Afghanistan, China, and Indonesia.
Gota patti or gota work is a type of Indian embroidery that originated in Rajasthan, India. It uses the applique technique. Small pieces of zari ribbon are applied onto the fabric with the edges sewn down to create elaborate patterns. Gota embroidery is used extensively in South Asian wedding and formal clothes.
For people who love wearing sarees or who have to wear them at least for family functions, selecting the right saree embroidery that suits the occasion, season or your body type is always a mystery. Embroidery on natural silk and on a synthetic fibre typically costs less and give a rich and a royal look. This comes in wide varieties and designs that one can't resist buying. A perfect blend of style and tradition. Embroidery sarees are a perfect choice for the modern Indian woman who wants to be traditional & fashionable.
It is the original traditional form of Indian saree that can be worn stylishly during any season. You can find here a wide range of embroidery sarees for yourself which can be worn at any time of the year. They are gorgeous to wear for any function, especially weddings and other social occasions and the best choice for buying this is LIMEROAD. This gives you a variety and comforting yet lovely and pretty look which is within your budget. Go get yourself one.