Cherry red Aariwork kurthis
Which fabric is best for Aari work?
Aari work is considered appropriate for all seasons as it can be done on velvet, silk, cotton, cotton silk, chanderi, and many other fabrics.
Embroidery refers to the thread craft that enhances the look of a fabric or product. This thread craft is generally done on natural fabrics with tight weaves. Embroidery designs of India are influenced by different cultures and have a flavor of their own. Indian embroidery is cherished by craftsmen and has the world swooning over them. Embroidery designs are formed on the basis of texture of the fabric.
It may also include decorating materials other than threads, like pearls, beads, stones and sequins. India is known for its beautiful embroidery techniques. Fundamental stitches of embroidery are running stitch, cross stitch and satin stitch. Surface embroidery technique are more economical. Aari embroidery is one of the many forms of embroidery, originated in the Mughal era. Aari work is a type of embroidery work that is done by stretching the fabric tightly over a wooden frame. A pen like needle, that resembles a crochet needle is used to do the intrinsic Aari work.
Material silk fabric sideslit with aariwork in the neck portion till the chest 3/4th hands soft silk colour is cherry red ideal for partywear,officewear, casual wear, designer wear, unquie handwork Kurtis collection