Embroidery

Embroidery

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  • By- Admin
  • On- 24 Dec, 2019
  • Tags: Stories

What is Embroidery?

Embroidery is the art of a piece of different thread combinations with a particular pattern.

In the old fashioned, people did like to make embroidery by their hands with simple equipment such as needle, threads. Today in some areas of the world who are living with old politeness they like to do it still with their hands.
In India, still, villages ladies like hand made embroidery than the machine embroidery.

Sample image of Hand Work.

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In the current time, lots of embroidery machines available to do the best embroidery.

Nowadays, Embroidery is divided into many parts such as which type of workflow, which type of embroidery equipment is using for making the best embroidery, which type of threads are suitable for a particular workflow and many other things.

 

I will explain those topics below.

  1. Different embroidery work types.

  2. Benefits of machine embroidery work than handwork embroidery.

  3. The market value of embroidery worked fabric.

 

1. Different embroidery work types.

Most trending types are,

  1. Coding Embroidery

  2. Lucknow Embroidery

  3. Banarasi Embroidery

  4. Phulkari Embroidery

  5. Sequence Embroidery

 

# Coding Embroidery

In Coding Embroidery, has been using thick thread for creating the whole design pattern. This thick thread mostly using to drow outline of a design. And normal thread works similarly to other knitwork there.

Uses of this embroidery are in blouse, lehenga choli, dress, dupatta, and many more.

Price is around a minimum of  250, 300 RS (per meter) to depending upon customer requirements. It also depends on the design. Coding demand is also high in many countries.

DEMO video

 

# Lucknow Embroidery

Lucknowi Embroidery has been using a simple design pattern. With the cotton thread and viscose thread. Lucknowi work is looking simple but today it is too popular among Bollywood filmy industry. It is most famous in many countries' cities.

Here the Net is using as the main fabric. With different types of thread combinations.

Uses of this embroidery are in blouse, lehenga choli, dress, dupatta, and decoration.

Price is around a minimum of  300, 350 RS (per meter) to depending upon customer requirements. It also depends on the design. Lucknowi is most trending in Pakistan, Srilanka, UAE, recently in India, and many other countries.

 

# Banarasi Embroidery

Banarasi Embroidery has been most demanding in Indian people because the look of this work is best than the other embroidery competitors and it also bases on Indian traditional saree.

Uses of this embroidery are in blouse, dress, dupatta, saree. special it is too much popular for a wedding ceremony.

Price is around a minimum of  400, 800 RS (per meter) to depending upon customer requirements. It also depends on the design basis. Banarasi work is well-known as in India as Banarasi saree.

DEMO video

 

# Phulkari Embroidery

Phulkari  Embroidery is a work pattern that has been following a real-world pattern.

People also say as mirror work, gamthi work.

Uses of this embroidery are in lehenga choli, blouse, long dress, dupatta, decoration, and purse.

Price is around a minimum of  250, 350 RS (per meter) to depending upon customer requirements. It also depends on the design.

DEMO video Coming soon

 

# Sequence Embroidery

Sequence Embroidery Is totally different from the thread embroidery because there use a sequin for making a designs' look and whole layout.

Uses of this embroidery are in lehenga choli, blouse, long dress, dupatta, decoration, and purse in some part.

Price is around a minimum of  350 RS (per meter) to depending upon customer requirements. It also depends on the design and sequin size and sequin prices.

DEMO video

 

2. Benefits of machine embroidery work than handwork embroidery.

  • Machine embroidery gives ACCURATE and PERFECT design look than the hand made embroidery work.
  • Machine embroidery takes medium cost and gives not only a high quantity but also a high quality of work.
  • For the Bussiness model, it helps to develop more contact on behalf of more product selling.
  • Without any personal attention, you can get the best outcome from machine work.

 

3. The market value of embroidery worked fabric.

The market value of embroidery worked fabric is too high, in short in predictable. If I talking about only Indian annual turnover is around 5 to 6 lakh crores.

Most textile markets and industries in the world are in Surat. 85 to 90% of machine embroidery transport it.

Pakistan, Shri Lanka, Bangladesh, UAS, UAS, Africa are top buyers of machine embroidery ever year.

The business model with this stream has a too strong background.

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