Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Kasuti Yoke

kasuti embroidery is the one with geometrical shape. when worked perfectly it gives an elegant look.  I have learned kasuti embroidery through Mridulas school  of embroidery that too thru distance education.  After that i have purchased a book from them which have detailed explanation with the patterns, routes and diagram for churidhar tops.  from the book i have worked one yoke pattern that can be stitched later.  I have worked in a black color silk cotton fabric.

The pattern consists of motifs, filler patterns that altogether forms the shape of a necklace with a pendant.  I have used anchor cotton embroidery floss. Have a look at the work and give  your feedbacks.


Close up of the pendant motif.


one more closeup.

Now I am working on the matching border for this yoke.  I will be back with another post in crochet.  Till then, Happy embroidering.

8 comments:

  1. that is so pretty, I love the stitching

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  3. Very nice work Shami. How long it took for completing this work.

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  4. Nice work Shami. Would Mridulas school sell the Kasuti book to anyone? How big is the book and the cost? How would I get in touch with them. If you would please publish their address. Thank you.

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  5. Hi Shami, Very nice Kasuti Work. Kindly can you mail me one kasuti design pattern for Kurti.. Plzzzzzzzzzzzz to ashameghraj@yahoo.co.in
    Regards
    Asha Bangalore

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  6. Hello, your work is just amazing. Kudos on that. Can you pls help me in my challenge with kasuti? How to draw the design symmetrically on cloth. If I am doing multiple motifs then this is the problem I face. Pls suggest. Thanks in advance

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  7. Hello, your work is just amazing. Kudos on that. Can you pls help me in my challenge with kasuti? How to draw the design symmetrically on cloth. If I am doing multiple motifs then this is the problem I face. Pls suggest. Thanks in advance

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