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The Craft Gallery : Saree Embroidery - Kantha Work

Embroidery : Kantha work- instructions - Page 21 - IndusLadies

Textile panel Textile attributed Sarah Lipska (Polish, 1882–1973), Silk, 1920-29


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traditional "Kutch embroidery" that originates form the region of "Kutch" in India West. First started in the 19th & 20th centuries, this embroidery is characterised by buttonhole, herringbone & chain stitches & always bears the "Maltese" cross.......The "Maltese" cross is used in Armenian embroidery...some researchers state that this embroidery was brought to India (the region of Kutch) by Arab traders that also visited Armenia

Blog - Age Old Traditional Textiles - Shakiraaz, Australia

Elaborate Kasuti Border - Kasuti (Kannada: ಕಸೂತಿ) is a traditional form of embroidery practiced in the state of Karnataka, India.Kasuti work which is very intricate sometimes involves putting up to 5,000 stitches by hand and is traditionally made on dresswear like Ilkal and Kanchivaram sarees.

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