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Embroidery of kutch

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Embroidery of kutch

  1. 1. Mirror work
  2. 2. Introduction... • It is type of embroidery which attaches a small piece of mirror. • Done- throughout Asia. • Also found in Pakistan, China and Indonesia.
  3. 3. History. • Traces- 17th century in Iran • It was brought in India by travelers, during the Mughal era. • It was originally done by- MICA. • Which was replaced by glass later.
  4. 4. “For the peasant women of Gujarat, a needle is her pen with which she gives expression to her creativity and reiterates her relationship with religion and nature”
  5. 5. Sources of Inspiration… • In the southern parts of Asia began this artwork with pairs of scissors. • It was consistently made wet. • This was done to give any different shapes and trimmed
  6. 6. Materials used • Fabric • Embroidery loop • Needle • Mirror • Embroidery floss
  7. 7. Process •Secure ur fabric. •Place the shisha and secure with cross stitch • Now duplicate the foundation stitch but turn- 45 degree
  8. 8. • Now duplicate the foundation stitch but turn- 45 degree •Do a blanket stitch, thread the needle under your foundation stitches from the center to the edge
  9. 9. Present Scenario. • It is a significant local craft • Famous for –Chaniya Cholis, torans, accessories, apparels, bags, etc. • Deepika Padukon flaunts vibrant mirror work in the movie Ram Leela.
  10. 10. Other products Caps for navratri Chaniya choli chapals
  11. 11. -By Arpita Mehta Summer clutch
  12. 12. Soof embroidery
  13. 13. Introduction • Done by the Sodha, Rajput and Megwar communities. • Counted thread styles • Single stitch- Soof • Designs cannot be pre- drawn.
  14. 14. Soof embroidery
  15. 15. Origin… Various communities. It was a dowry that a young women is suppose to learn. Rhythmic patterns. Begins with triangles Peacocks, mandals Geometric patterns Motifs…
  16. 16. Process… • Fine colored threads are used • On the face side, the stitches are 1cm along. • Successive stitches are done on one side fabric, which makes a dense patterning. • Small mirrors are added • Various items like :bedspreads, wall hangings, cushion covers , cradle cloth, jackets, atc
  17. 17. Motifs… counted thread embroidery done by using darning stitch. The motifs are inspired by nature and are geometric in form
  18. 18. products Shawl tunic
  19. 19. Kharek Embroidery…
  20. 20. Kharek with mirror work
  21. 21. Introduction… • Done by the Sodha, Rajput and Megwar communities. • Artisans outline the geometric pattern first, then fill it. • Reminiscent of the tactile textural quality of date trees
  22. 22. Origin… • By the Sindh and was brought to the regions of the Banni by Meghwals and Islamic pastoralist. Kanjhri using Kharek embroidery
  23. 23. Motifs…
  24. 24. Pakko embroidery…
  25. 25. Introduction… • Done by the Sodha, Rajput and Meghwar communities. • Word “pakko” literally means solid, referring to the dense stitches. • Covers the whole base cloth. • Free hand drawing. • Square chain stitch
  26. 26. Motifs… • Peacock • Parrots • Scorpions • Elephants • Flowers • Done in geometric Patterns and are symmetrical.
  27. 27. Products Skirt Cushion cover
  28. 28. bags
  29. 29. RABARI…
  30. 30. Introduction… • Done by Rabari communities of kutch. • Nomadic communities that rear cattle • Designs: boldand usually derived from mythology and daily lives.
  31. 31. Origin… • Integral part of their lives. • Originally from Rajasthan that came into Kutch on a south west route from Jaisalmer. • Tradionally : used for dowry. • Was stopped later
  32. 32. Motifs… • Temple motifs : the power of goddess. • Women with pot on their head. • Tree motifs: local baval, bushes as food for herds, shade from sun. • Scorpion motifs – protect against the real threat and symbolically ensure fertility. • Peacock and pa • parrot. • Camels.
  33. 33. Products Rabari Silk Skirt on HauteLook Kaftan
  34. 34. Potli bag Cushion
  35. 35. Jats…
  36. 36. Introduction… • Sunni Muslims who are thought to have migrated to Kutch via Sindh from Iran back in 5th century • They are cattleman • They migrated in search of new grass
  37. 37. Origin.. • It relies on their oral tradition and sporadic reference : migrated from Greece • Arrived to India, Germany, Italy, Iraq, Iran, Baluchistan and Sindh.
  38. 38. • They have their distinctive embroidery style • Whole cloth is embroidered • Clothes : orange, red, blue and yellow color are used. • Mirrors are used • Covering of the space around the mirror is done by chain stitch and creeper stitch
  39. 39. Motifs… • Images of the dolls • Birds, • Animals All these are created in an embossed manner, using interlace of button hole and chain stitch
  40. 40. Products…
  41. 41. Mutwas
  42. 42. Introduction… • Small group of muslim cowherds • They live in a small cluster of 11 villages • Migrated from the middle east around the 16th century • Houses are highly decorated • It is mainly geometric and floral