Kutch Hand Embroidery - Handbag - Flowers
Embroidery is one of the most famous embellishment technique practiced across the world. India is famous for various embroidery traditions in different regions.
Kutch Embroidery, predominantly practiced by tribal women of Kutch, Gujarat has become a handicraft and textile signature of the region. This embroidery with its intricate designs that can be distinctly linked different communities has made a name for itself across the globe.
This beautiful and chic handbag with ‘Flowers’ design has been hand embroidered in Pakko style by craftswomen of the Meghwal Marvada community. Attractive colour combinations, intricate designs and the overall finishing of the bag makes it a perfect choice of handbag for your party wear!
Length: 17.5 cm
Width: 16.7 cm
Material: Mashroo (Cotton + Viscose)
Bag Design: Zip on Top; Inside Pocket with zip
Pakko means solid, strong. An essential characteristic of this embroidery is the solid compactness in the designs. It is achieved mainly through an abundant use of the tight, open and elongated chain stitch known as the cheereli saankdi.
This stitch is used, along with a few other stitches, to create floral, animal and bird motifs. Craftswomen use mirrors and the khann — a single unit of the chain stitch — to lighten the density of Pakko embroidery. The khann also works as an effective highlighter.
Pakko embroidery is practised by the Sodha and Jadeja communities.
Clean with a soft dry cloth.
Avoid contact with sharp objects.
Kutch Hand Embroidery - Handbag - Flowers - Gold & Lilac is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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