Cut Work

Cut work embroidery fabrics are a distinctive form of embroidery developed by cutting away bits of fabric and embroidering the resulting holes into a lovely design.Read More

This sort of work is frequently confused with lace since it has a similar appearance, but it is actually quite different. Instead of being pierced through (as with lace), the holes in the fabric are trimmed away or pulled out using a variety of processes.

Cut work embroidery material is developed in Europe during the Italian Renaissance and are now popular all over the world. This technique extended through time to other locations such as Persia, Turkey, and India, with each country producing its own distinct form of cutwork embroidery.

In India, sarees are probably the most prevalent style of clothing embellished with cut work; the lengthy yards of fabric are nicely highlighted by cut work motifs. Women all around India love Chikankari sarees because of their exquisite and refined appearance.

The most common colour choices are white and other soft pastel colours, but you may also buy them in more vibrant hues like red, blue, and yellow. Cut work embroidered sarees can also be embellished with Western-style stitching, however this is normally restricted to the border

Pre-cut fabrics give you a closer glimpse of such embroideries, check them out here.

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