Zardozi Buta is a romantic old art that uses ribbon, embroidery floss, and Perle cotton to work beautiful motifs and decorative stitches. It is either enjoyed in its pure form and can be combined with Brazilian embroidery, cross stitch, crazy quilting and Hardanger among others.
Zardozi Border is imperial metal embroidery. Zardozi Embroidery is done after stretching the fabric on a wooden frame and individually the zardozi element is incorporated into the pattern by being picked up by a needle, which is then pushed into the fabric. Zardozi Embroidery is rich embroidery, which is intricately woven in golden and silver. It can also be studded with pearls and precious stones to enhance the exquisiteness of rich and glowing fabrics like silk, velvet, and brocade. We also welcome ideas and drawings from clients to deliver them with customized designs.
Zardozi Embroidery is the embellishment of a wide range of materials achieved with a variety of types of thread, for example; cotton, silk, wool, gold and silver wires. The work can be made on a frame or in the hand, the choice depends on several factors.There are many kinds of stitches involved.
There are two kinds of thread work embroidery, surface embroidery and counted thread embroidery. In surface embroidery, the pattern is worked using decorative stitches and laid threads on top of the foundation fabric rather than through the fabric. In counted thread embroidery, the fabric threads are counted by the embroiderers before inserting the needle into the fabric. Usually, an even weave fabric is used for this kind of embroidery. The various kinds of embroidery in the thread are Kantha, Kashida, Kasumi, Gara, Phulkari and Kutch work. All kind of stitches is used here like a chain, satin, open chain stitch, interlacing, herringbone, running, stem and back stitch etc.