KASHIDA EMBROIDERY PDF
Kashmiri embroidery(also Kashida) is used for phirans (woollen kurtas) and namdahs (woollen rugs)as well as stoles. It draws. Kashida, also known as Kasida, is one of the oldest forms of embroidery that originated in Jammu and Kashmir. Kashida embroidery is created. Kashmir is best known for a lot of things and its beauty being top of the list. But in that list, Kashida embroidery has also made its place quite.
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Chikan embroidery involves the use of white thread on white muslin tanzebfine cotton mulmulor voile, fine almost sheer fabrics which showcases shadow work embroidery the best. As this embroidered fabric can go along with every season of the year without compromising on comfort and convenience, the demand quotient for this embroidery has risen in numbers in every pocket of the world.
Pastel colors are also often used. Clothing in the Indian subcontinent. Zardozi is either a synonym or a more elaborate version of zari where the gold or silver embroidery is embellished with pearls and precious stones, gota and kinari, making this art only affordable by rich people.
Kashida: The Oldest Embroidery From India
Chamba region has highly skilled craftsmen. Chikan embroidery on silk is Lucknow’s own innovation. Kashmiri embroidery also Kashida is used for phirans woollen kurtas and namdahs woollen rugs as well as stoles.
The emroidery styles of the Punjab region include kalabatun embroidery  using thin wires. There are two kinds of gold embroidery, one of a solid and rich kind called kar-chob and the other called tila-kar or kar-chikan utilising gold thread. Wilkinson-Weber Embroidering Lives: Jutti Kholapuri Mojari Paduka Peshawari chappal. Kashmiri embroidery is known for the skilled execution of a single stitch, which is often called the Kashmiri stitch and which may comprise the chain stitch, the satin stitch, the slanted darn stitch, the stem stitch, and the herringbone stitch.
Kasuti is done with single thread and involves counting of kashidw thread on the cloth. The Muslim community uses Kinari or edging, a fringed border decoration. The artisans usually create individual motifs or butis of animals and flowers rose, lotus, jasmine, embroiddery. Known to be one of the most ancient and traditional type of intrinsic art, Kashida Embroidery, also spelled as Kasida defines its cultural essence through the medium of bead and threadwork, which has gained maximum popularity, fame and recognition in the ethnic land of Jammu and Kashmir.
Designs include not only flowers and fruit and animals such as parrots and elephants, but also temples, women carrying pots, and the ubiquitus mango shape. Kathi embroidery was introduced by ‘Kathi’ the cattle breeders, who were wanderers. Embroidery in India Embroidery. The Nilgiri Hills, inhabited by the Todu community have their own style called pugur, means flower.
Bhasha Vibhag, Punjab, Patiala. It uses a darn stitch done from the wrong side of the fabric using darning needles, one thread at a time, leaving a long stitch below to form the basic pattern.
Fmbroidery wire is called ‘badla’, and when wound round a thread, it is called ‘kasav’.
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The base cloth, whether wool or cottonis generally white or cream or a similar shade. Besides, costume jewellery and pearls can also enhance the beauty of the embroidery by maintaining the ethnicity of the entire look. Birds, blossoms and flowers, creepers, chinar leaves, ghobi, mangoes, lotus, and trees are the most common themes.
Previous post Next post. Chikan embroidery is believed to have been introduced by Nur Jahan,  the wife of Jahangir. The present form of chikan meaning elegant patterns on fabric work is associated with the city of Lucknowin Uttar Pradesh.
The designs are first printed onto the fabric not with chaulk, but with a mixture of glue and indigo. However, characteristic forms of stitch were developed in Lucknow: Only one or two stitches are employed on one fabric. Rural Bengali women still kkashida this with cotton saris, the embroidery thread being taken from the sari border.
This embroidery, like Kantha, is practiced by women. The other hand feeds the thread from the underside, and the hook brings it up, making a chainstitch, but it is much quicker than chainstitch done in the usual way: Single stitch style is considered to be the signature style of Kashida Embroidery.
Flower embroidery of Uttar Pradesh especially in Aligarh. Aari work involves a hook, plied from the top but fed by silk thread from below with the material spread out on a frame. Sindhi stitch or Maltese cross stitch is also similar but the innovation of the Kutchi women have taken it beyond the traditional designs As Todas worship the buffaloes, buffalo becomes an important motif in the Toda embroidery among mettvi kaanpugur, Izhadvinpuguti and others.
Small rectangular pieces of metal are squeezed shut around some threads of the fabric.
It draws inspiration from nature. Khandela in Shekhawati is famous for its manufacture. Smaller spangles are called ‘sitara’ and tiny dots made of badla are called ‘mukais’ or ‘mukesh’. The land of Kashmir etched its beautiful essence in the form of Kashida embroidery into the fashion world way back in the Mughal period which was patronized by the emperors and the royals of that era.
Embroidery in India includes dozens of embroidery styles that vary by region and clothing styles. Saraf in the Journey of Craft Development, Originally, pieces of mica were used as the mirrors, but later, people started using thin blown-glass pieces, hence the name, which in Hindi means “little glass”.
The thread consists of coiled metal wires placed on the right side of kashjda fabric and couched with a thinner thread.