Embroidery

Kashida Embroidery:

Kashida, the other name of Kashmir embroidery is broadly been encouraged by the beautiful natural environment of the valley. The embroidery is quite popular due to its color, texture, design and technique…More>>

Phulkari Embroidery:

The art of phulkari embroidery dates back to the early years of 19th century when the odhni included embroided flowers. Phulkari, originally means flower-crafting and does includes colorful embroidery originating from Punjab…More>>

Chikan Embroidery:

A skill more than 200 years old, Lucknowï Chikan embroidery is world renowned for its timeless grace and beauty. The craft is still alive and is still fighting to regain some of its former beauty as well as elegance… More>>

Cut Work:

Cutwork is a kind of embroidery wherein the pieces of the foundation fabric are cut away and discarded along with edges worked over in buttonhole stitches. In short cut work embroidery does create a network…More>>

Shisha embroidery:

Ari embroidery of Gujarat is quite famous not only within the boundaries of the country but also beyond. On their way to Gujarat, tourists, both domestic and international do make sure to handpick some of these magnificent items. Ari embroidery finds a special place among the premier handicrafts of Gujarat…More>>

Bead Embroidery:

Bead embroidery simply represents the most expressive, alluring and satisfying methods of beadwork. What sets bead embroidery apart from all other kinds of bead craft is the reason that you can showcase your products wherever you go by doing bead embroidery on your clothing… More>>

Kasuti embroidery:

Kasuti embroidery is a traditional form of art that is practiced in North Kanara district of Karnataka. Talking about its origin, Kasuti embroidery can be dropped to the period of Chaulakyas when a great renaissance in the sphere of art and architecture came to a destination…More>>

Zardozi Embroidery:

The name zardozi originates from Persia meaning “sewing with gold”. The embroidery dates back before the Mughal empire and reached its top position under the rule of emperor Akbar and has been passed on generations after generations. Zardozi decorated the very costumes of the court, wall hangings etc… More>>

Kutch Embroidery:

Kutch, a drought prone area that, situated in the border region of Gujarat is quite popular for its embroidery work done by the natives of the region particularly women. Kutch embroidery is of varied kinds are quite a part of their traditional dresses, shawls and turbans along with other accessories…More>>

Ari embroidery:

Ari embroidery of Gujarat is quite famous not only within the boundaries of the country but also beyond. On their way to Gujarat, tourists, both domestic and international do make sure to handpick some of these magnificent items. Ari embroidery finds a special place among the premier handicrafts of Gujarat… More>>

Tinsel Embroidery:

Tinsel embroidery is particularly done on the net, tulle and thin muslin materials. It is quite an imitation of the Turkish embroideries with gold thread upon crepe. The patterns are mostly drawn in outline and do include geometrical designs that need to be simple as well as with lines rather wide apart.

Resham:

Known as a land of diversity, each region of India depicts its own culture as well as practice. People who belong to varied provinces have their own distinctive way of dressing as well as unique sense of fashion… More>>

Hand Embroidery:

Hand embroidery represents an art of decorating fabric as well as other materials along with designs stitched in strand of yarn and thread with the help of needle. Some of the materials used in hand embroidery are metal strips, pearls, beads, quills as well as sequins… More>>

Stone work:

Utsav presents a range of beautiful stone work in countless patterns on varied fabrics. The plethora of designs is quite exclusively made by keeping in mind the very latest trends that can be found in the market. There is a unique collection of stones which include precious and semi-precious stones in varied shapes, sizes and finishes… More>>

Thread Embroidery:

Thread embroidery is a kind of embellishment of an array of materials is achieved with a variety of types of thread like cotton, silk, wool, gold as well as silver wires. The very work can be created on a frame or in hand, the choice depends on varied factors. This is because there are several kinds of stitches involved…More>>

Sequin work:

Sequin embroidery represents disk-shaped beads that are used for decorative purposes and are quietly available in a range of colors as well as geometrical shapes. This kind of embroidery is performed on apparels as well as other handicrafts for looking alluring and rich… More>>

Ribbon Embroidery:

The art of ribbon embroidery dates back thousands of years and has a long history. Ribbon embroidery displays a romantic fusion of old art by making use of ribbon, embroidery floss as well as perle cotton for working on beautiful motives and decorative stitches… More>>

Toda embroidery:

The country of India is a get together of rich culture, tradition, art, sculpture etc. In simpler words, there is university in diversity via splendid charms of festivals, rituals, costumes, languages etc…More>>