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    Enhance your look with Kasuti Embroidery Blouse Fabrics

    Kasuti embroidery is a unique skill mainly practised in Uttara Kanara and North Kanara districts. Its secret lies in the fact that it can only be done by counting the weft and warp threads. Premature tracing or implanting of the design as outlines are not possible. Karnataka's women looked to their surroundings for design inspiration, selecting items that appealed to their religious, artistic, or domestic sensibilities.

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    Enhance your look with Kasuti Embroidery Blouse Fabrics

    Kasuti embroidery is a unique skill mainly practised in Uttara Kanara and North Kanara districts. Its secret lies in the fact that it can only be done by counting the weft and warp threads. Premature tracing or implanting of the design as outlines are not possible. Karnataka's women looked to their surroundings for design inspiration, selecting items that appealed to their religious, artistic, or domestic sensibilities.

    Temple Gopurams, the chariot and palanquin in which the god is brought on ceremonial occasions, the lotus, the enclosure for the sacred tulsi plant, are all religious elements. Common motifs include plumage, animals, birds, etc. The embroidery is done on a hand-woven dark-coloured cloth, usually black. A needle is used for sewing with great dexterity to create various designs on the fabric with coloured threads. Women are the only ones who embroider.

    The Kasuti stitching is done using silk previously unpicked from the tassels that hung from the pallu's tassels. It was later commercially available. Backstitch, running stitch, cross-stitch, and zig-zag are the most common embroidery stitches used in Kasuti work. The overall appearance is more like a woven design than needlework in other pieces. Kasuti stitches can be made in a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal pattern. These are used in one way, with the design finished on the return voyage using the running stitch to fill in the blank areas.  Buy best quality embroidery blouse material online on iTokri. 

    Why Buy From iTokri 

    The most reliable and well-reviewed online store in India for buying Indian handicrafts and Kasuti embroidery blouse fabrics. Block-printed fabrics,  silver jewellery, handloom sarees, and bed covers are also available. With 'Crafters of India,' iTokri brings you the best of  Indian handicrafts. Among the available items are bed covers, fabrics online, shirts online, dupatta online, bagh print fabric, mangalgiri handloom material, Kurtis online, silk blouse, handloom blouses, etc. Each of our goods is handcrafted by skilled Indian artisans and is a testament to the country's ingenuity and talent. We have a wide choice of running fabrics online in India, cotton dress material, and many other items in addition to the kasuti embroidery blouse material. 

    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

    1. How is Kasuti embroidery done?

    Counting the number of threads is how Kasuti is done. No canvas is utilised, no matter how fine the material is. In Kasuti, stitches must be vertical, horizontal, or diagonal, and lines or motifs must be finished on the return voyage by filling in the blanks on the return voyage. Buy Kasuti Blouse work online on iTokri. 

    2. What are the types of Kasuti embroidery?

    Gavanthi, Murgi, Negi, and Menthi are the four types of stitches used. A zig-zag stitch, running stitch, and cross-stitch look like fenugreek seeds. Gavanthi is a double running stitch used for defining vertical, horizontal, and diagonal lines.

    3. What is used in Kasuti embroidery?

    This type of needlework was previously exclusively done by hand with cotton materials. While the handcrafted part of this embroidery is still essential, different fabrics like silk, georgette, and even zari are now employed to produce light and lovely Kasuti embroidery designs.

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