Kasuti embroidery

Discover the art of Kasuti embroidery and add a touch of elegance to your wardrobe. Explore top designs and learn how to incorporate this traditional craft into your fashion.

Kasuti is a traditional form of folk embroidery practised in the state of Karnataka, India.[1] Kasuti work which is very intricate sometimes involves putting up to 5,000 stitches by hand and is traditionally made on dresswear like Ilkal sarees, Ravike/Kuppasa and Angi. The Karnataka Handicrafts Development Corporation holds a geographical indications protection for Kasuti embroidery which provides intellectual property rights on Kasuti to KHDC.[2]

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Vijayalakshmi BK
My craft works: kasuti Embroidery Embroidery Designs, Embroidery Patterns, Kasuti Embroidery, Embroidery Motifs, Hand Embroidery Design Patterns, Basic Embroidery Stitches, Hand Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Works, Hand Embroidery Designs

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…

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Fazznezz
Discover the beauty and elegance of malai silk kasuti work sarees at our online store. We offer a wide range of colors and designs to suit your taste and occasion. Malai silk is a soft, smooth and lustrous fabric that drapes well and feels comfortable. Kasuti work is a traditional embroidery from Karnataka that adds charm and sophistication to the sarees. Shop now and get free shipping and easy returns. Hurry, limited stock available! Quilting, Embroidery Designs, Karnataka, Tussar Silk Saree, Kantha Work Sarees, Handloom Saree, Hand Painted Sarees, Silk Sarees, Kantha Work

This gorgeous malai silk saree is adorned with heavy stitch kasuti work that depicts intricate motifs of gopura, chariot, palanquin, lamps and conch shells. The kasuti work adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to the saree. The malai silk fabric is soft, smooth and lustrous, making it comfortable to wear and easy to drape. This saree is perfect for festive occasions, weddings and parties. Pair it with a matching blouse and accessories to complete the look.

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Beena Katragadda
My craft works: KASUTI Embroidery Tops by the previous pinner. These are Gopurs joined together to form a border round the neck opening. Gopurs are the the structures on top of a temple. Design, Embroidery Designs, Handwork Embroidery Design, Kasuti Embroidery, Hand Work Embroidery, Embroidery Neck Designs, Hand Embroidery Design Patterns, Kutch Work Designs, Hand Embroidery Designs

Internet has made everything possible at the click of a button. Before I started using internet I was aware of only a few stitches in both embroidery and crochet. After marriage during my free I just googled and was surprised to see the different embroidery techniques and thousands of patterns available here. I came to know about Mridulas School of embroidery and learned Kasuti embroidery through their course materials and now I have come up with the tops using Kasuti. This is a neck design…

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Mangala Kilpadi
Kasthi motif Embroidery Designs, Couture, Embroidery Patterns, Art, Embroidery Stitches, Kasuti Embroidery, Embroidery Design Sets, Embroidery Motifs, Hand Embroidery Design Patterns

This is the motif which I have embroidered for the border for a kurti. I have used three strands of anchor embroidery cotton thread. It took 20 mins to embroider the inner yellow motif, 40 mins for the red segment, nearly 1 hr for the green segment and 1 hr and 30 mins for the outer yellow segment. Totally 3 1/2 hrs is needed to embroider this single motif. I have done three such motif and they are here. I have to separate each motif and then attach to a red color silk cotton fabric. My…

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Varvashakul