What are the 7 Real Pashmina Embroideries ?
- Aari Embroidery: This type of embroidery is done using a long needle called an “Aari” and is typically used to create intricate floral or paisley designs.
- Kashida Embroidery: This embroidery style originated in Kashmir and involves creating intricate designs using a combination of chain stitch and satin stitch.
- Sozni Embroidery: This type of embroidery is typically done using a single thread and involves creating delicate floral patterns on the shawl.
- Tilla Embroidery: This embroidery style involves using gold or silver thread to create intricate patterns and designs on the shawl.
- Zari Embroidery: Zari embroidery is similar to Tilla embroidery, but uses metallic thread to create intricate designs on the shawl.
- Crewel Embroidery: This type of embroidery involves using woolen thread to create floral or geometric designs on the shawl.
- Phulkari Embroidery: This embroidery style originated in Punjab and involves creating vibrant floral patterns using a combination of chain stitch and satin stitch.
The specific technical details of each embroidery style can vary depending on the region and the artisan creating the shawl. However, all of these techniques involve meticulous attention to detail and a great deal of skill and patience.
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