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February 05, 2010

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Astha Butail

The indian technique , in 2 parts of india, kutch embroidery and tribal hampi.
Beetle work is common in India, the technique is used not only in accessories but also full length skirts(lehengas) all covered by embroidery and sometimes it is so fine that the cloth is not visible at all.

Embroidered Workwear

It's amazing just how complicated the detail that these patterns have, especially considering the age of them. Embroidery is one of the oldest techniques still in use today. I have been interested in embroidery my entire life and your blog has been very helpful to me on my quest for knowledge!!!

Have bookmarked you, thanks!

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