Friday, 21 September 2012

Chikankari Embroidery - Kurti

This is the embroidered chikan motif which I have embroidered recently.  It is for a kurti top and it has three motif one above the other with regular intervals. 


Here, is the closeup of the motif.


Flowers are done using Bhakya stitch(double herringbone stitch), Stems using Rahet(stem stitch) and the tiny circles using Rozan(Eyelet stitch).

You can see my other work in chikan embroidery here.

I am learning chikan embroidery and planning to post one sample for each stitch. So keep an eye on my blog. 

Happy Embroidering,
Shami Immanuel.

18 comments:

  1. Very neatly done shami....I dont know this work. Your work inspires me to go for it.Soon will give a try.

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  2. nice. neat and beautiful colour combination.

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  3. Thanks Latha, Nalini for your encouraging words.

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  4. very good attempt..iam also thinking of going for a new chikenkari project..searching for a good design..

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  5. very neat and beautiful work ...:-)

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  6. WOW! this is really beautiful.I love this work and this is so inspiring.The colours too is very nice.
    As for the measurements you have asked,can you give your mail id?so that I can send it through mail.

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  8. Really nice.. Between from where u got this motiff?? I will do this for my baby frock..

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  9. So delightful an embroidery. The colours are really beautiful together.

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  10. Hi,,
    My mail id is nanciejoy@gmail.com... Hope u will help me by sending the motiff for my personal use..
    Thanks
    Nancie

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  11. neat and beautifully done...

    http://www.mogulinterior.com/embroidered-tunics.html

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  12. I appreciate to your work.Its looking very beautiful and i will try to make it.thanks
    Chikankari Kurtis

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  13. Your blog is great. I would love to talk about this topic whole day..I shared it with my valuable friends. I like the way you are managing , I will be in touch .

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  14. What beautiful embroidery and I love the colours! :) x

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  15. This is so lovely! The finished kurti top must have been beautiful.

    Life has been so busy that I'm late getting around to visiting everyone but I wanted to stop by and thank you for linking up to last week's Stitchery Link Party! Aloha hugs!

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  16. Great work! Nice embroidered design.

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  17. Nice blog and impressive designs. Thanks for sharing this art stitch.
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