Tuesday, 2 May 2017

Kutchwork kurti - Ta da moment

Hello all, 

Hope all r doing good.  Its 42 c in our place and I am not interested to stitch or craft during day and at night I am not ready to sit in the hall for stitching since we switch on the AC for sleeping. So I rush to the bedroom ASAP.   I have a custom order for a kutch work kurti and I had to send that yesterday I somehow managed to finish it last week.  Till now I have been stitching the readily available designs from the design books.  But this time I have seen a design in an online kurti shop and managed to draw that by myself and stitched it.  Feeling very happy about it as I have designed a pattern for the dress.  Now over to the kurti.


Border for sleeves

Front of the kurti


The fabric is silk cotton and I have stitched using anchor embroidery threads.

Stitches used
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Kutch works - 3 strands(no :254)
Herringbone stitch - 2 strands(no:254)
Chain stitch - 2 stands(no:529 - blue lines)

Happy with the outcome.  

This summer we are not going for any vacation  trips. So to please me DH bought me so much crafty items thru amazon.  It includes craft books, rulers, glue gun, fabric, thread etc.  Will come up with those lovely gifts in one of my post.  

Now on my embroidery hoop is the april fairy I am finishing for the smalls sal.  One crochet bag is also in the finishing stage and a crochet purse too.  These too are for the sale in the church during September.  In my next post I will come up with the April fairy.  Also I am planning to take up a fourway bargello project.  I have to see whether the threads are available for that.  

So I am closing up my post with this.  How is summer in your part of the world. I am drinking only water. cooking two times a day but not interested to eat.  What abt u people?  I am waiting for May to come to an end soon.  

6 comments:

  1. Hello Shami. Hope you are doing good. The kutch work looks beautiful! congrats on designing this pattern on your own. This summer is too hot as you've mentioned. Hope it rains at least this year.

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  2. Hi Shami. This is the first time I saw your work and they are simply amazing. I love them all. Is there a way I can connect with you to discuss about custom orders? Thanks! Moumita

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    1. Moumita leave your email id here. I will contact you.

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  3. Thanks for sharing post about how to style short kurtis with jeans.
    Your kurtis different-different types are very nice collations.
    I love your collection of designer kurtis.

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  4. Hello I am trying to make a Kutchwork border in a standard mustard colour silk cloth. I need to know how you make the markings for the stitches in the cloth? How the spacing are done. Would be a great help. And please can you post some more standard borders for saree. Meena

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  5. Meena your email id. I will send u the details.

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