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    Kutch Embroidery- A Timeless Piece Of Gujarat

    Gujarat is credited with giving India the finest history in embroidery work and craft for its renowned and adaptable Kutchi embroidery. The districts of Kutch and Saurashtra are where Kutch embroidery work is centred, where local artists produce the most imaginative and elegant designs. The Kutch embroidery basically ornates and enhances the entire piece of fabric, from mirror and bead work to Abhala stitching and the use of silk threads in vibrant hues. The Rabaris, a nomadic tribe that created the Kutch embroidered art that is now regarded as an artwork of international renown, is honoured by the exquisite designs of this embroidery.

    Kutch Embroidery- A Timeless Piece Of Gujarat

    Gujarat is credited with giving India the finest history in embroidery work and craft for its renowned and adaptable Kutchi embroidery. The districts of Kutch and Saurashtra are where Kutch embroidery work is centred, where local artists produce the most imaginative and elegant designs. The Kutch embroidery basically ornates and enhances the entire piece of fabric, from mirror and bead work to Abhala stitching and the use of silk threads in vibrant hues. The Rabaris, a nomadic tribe that created the Kutch embroidered art that is now regarded as an artwork of international renown, is honoured by the exquisite designs of this embroidery.

    Many of the architectural motifs and designs used in Kutch needlework, such as the "Heer Bharat," have an impact. The embroidery work is made more beautiful by using the Heer Bharat as a mirror in the centre.


    While embroidery was traditionally visible on clothing, it is now found on many different types of artefacts, and of them is Kutch embroidery hand-made bags. These bags required a beautiful type of needlework that, in many ways, via its hues, decorations, and motifs, captures the liveliness of India. 


    So, if you are looking for handmade embroidery bags, then you have to come to the right place! iTokri is your one-stop-shop for Embroidery bags. 



    Range Of Embroidery Shoulder Bags At iTokri

    Handicrafts are something that everyone is interested in, whether they are native Indians or visitors from abroad who have come to India to experience what this country has to offer. 


    One such craft is Kutchi embroidery, which may be found in Gujarat, which is in the western region of India. And if one is talking about Kutchi Embroidery then Kutchi handmade bags come on top of the list of things. This Embroidered bag from iTokri is incredible. 

    Our Handmade shoulder bag with delicate Kutchi mirror work embroidery is made of cotton fabric and cruelty-free leather. It contains one interior zipper pocket and one interior zipper pocket lined with cotton fabric. Enough room for the majority of your necessities. It looks fantastic in every situation and goes nicely with ethnic attire!


    Another one we have is a finely constructed, manually  quilted cotton fabric shoulder bag with Sanganeri design. It offers enough room for the majority of your necessities. Sanganer, a village in the southernmost region of Jaipur, Rajasthan, is where the Sanganeri printing method was  developed. 


    Jugad shoulder bags  are exceptionally handcrafted cotton patchwork tote bags with cotton material lining and jute layer by Jugaad and are one of the bests we have!  It contains three pockets: a front pocket, a middle pocket (with a zipper closing), and a back pocket. enough room for the majority of your necessities. This shoulder bag is ideal for college students and complements Indian clothing beautifully!



    In addition to this, we also sell  sling bags,  floral bags,  and a wide variety of other  handcrafted  embroidered bags online.

    Visit our website, iTokri.com, to get Kutch Embroidery bags online as well as a variety of other products!


    Why Shop At iTokri?

    You can get any kind of handmade bag online at iTokri. Other handcrafted products from their luxury assortment are widely available on iTokri. Visit our website to place an order right away! Browse the complete offering of handmade and unique products supplied by the leading handloom company. Orders can now be placed globally, allowing you to send rakhi to your distant brother. Because our website is simple to use, you can enjoy making purchases there without any hassle. We also offer all of our items at the lowest costs.


    By purchasing one of our handcrafted bags, you are not only obtaining lovely bags for yourself but are also helping hundreds of artists who toil away. Every bag you purchase from us is a means for you to support and show gratitude to Indian artists.


    Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is Kutchi embroidery called?

  • Kutchi embroidery is also called Kachchhi embroidery.

  • How is Kutchi embroidery done?

  • A variety of embroidery techniques, including square chain, double buttonhole, pattern darning, running stitch, satin, and straight stitches, are used in Kutchi embroidery on cotton and silk fabric.

  • Which colours are used in Kutchi embroidery?

  • The primary colours used in Kutch embroidery include green, ivory, indigo, black, deep red, yellow, and off-white. This embroidery is also inspired by romantic themes, patterns of dancing peacocks, and human figurines in various attitudes.

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