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Kasuti embroidery

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contribute your hand embroidery » Sarah's Hand Embroidery Tutorials

We have been working on our hand embroidery eBook and we would like it to feature some of your works as samples. Please contribute your embroidery work as attachments in the reply/comment box below. Try to upload the images in the highest...

kasuti lesson 2 » Sarah's Hand Embroidery Tutorials

This lesson will teach you how to work kasuti on a plain fabric with a traced design. While using this method, the two stitches that can be done easily are Gavanti and Muragi. Here, you will see an illustration of a simple pattern using a...

kasuti trimmings

Kasuti is a traditional form of embroidery. It is practiced in the state of Karnataka, India. The word kasuti is derived the two words kai(hand) and suti(cotton) i.e) kasuti is done with cotton and hands. Kasuti work involves very intricate patterns. Kasuti patterns depict flowers, birds, trees, chariots, Gopur(temple towers). Kasuti consists of four important stitches: Gavanti or Gante - It is the double running stitch. Murgi or Zig zag stitch. Neygi - running stitch(darning stitch). Menthe…