Aari Embroidery

Aari Embroidery

Aari Embroidery. Exquisite needlework of repeated fine chain stitches, worked in multi-coloured silk on a satin or cotton ground, is a timeless craftsmanship of 12th Century India. Flourishing in the states of Gujarat and Sindh under the patronage of the Mughal court, it is a series of unbroken stitches that take the shape

Aari work is a type of embroidery which is done on a stretched fabric and stitching the design with a long needle which has a hook in the end. The needle technique origins from the mocha community who use this type of needle to stitch intricate patterns on leather footwear.

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Aari work is embroidery design work in which beads and muthia, a sharp edged needle is put to work,

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