Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Aari embroidery - part 5

I will be using these silk threads for the salwar project which I'd shown in my previous post.


The basic stitch in aari embroidery is chain stitch.


Here the working thread will always be under the fabric .
To make a chain - Punch the needle from top,wrap the thread over hook,slightly rotate the needle and pull it up.
To start - Make a  waste knot.
To end - Make 2 loose chains, pull the first chain through second one tightly - a knot is made.
While punching, the needle should be perpendicular to the ground fabric otherwise you'll end up pulling warp or weft thread of the fabric.


 




I've worked all the stems and leaves in chain stitch.

Happy stitching!
Anita.


6 comments:

www.letslearnembroidery.blogspot.com said...

Thanks for the tute.I will see if I could purchase the needle in my area.I would also like to backlink this in my blog soon.Is the thread the one used in machine embroidery?-Ina

l'alternativa said...

Che meraviglia Anita!!!!!!!!!
Non vedo l'ora di vedere come diventerà con quei colori meravigliosi
Baci
Emi

Anita said...

Grazie mille Emi.

Anita said...

Ina- Yes,these threads are also used in machine embroidery.If you could find the needle in your place please let me know.Thank you so much for considering about backlink, you are welcome.

Anonymous said...

I have been trying to find this Aari needle all day today.. sigh. I think i have found something that might work on Ebay. My local stores just looked at me and when "huh"

Hopefully the one from ebay is the correct tool. Looks fun!

Sarah

sasi rekha said...

Hi Anita am new to this blog . I am trying to learn aari embroidery through online tutorials. I want to know which needle suits for this(needle no). In shops they have different size like no 11,8,7 and I have tried all but all were damaged the fabric and can't able to pull out the thread. Would you please share the needle details,how the hook look like and how to handle needle properly.

Thanks
Sasi