December 1, 2022

Aari/Maggam Work

Heavy Bridal Embroidery Designs – Printable
Please Note not all designs fit A3 size. Tracing Powder or Chalk Powder – BUY NOW How to prepare the tracing sheet and transfer the design on the Fabric ??
Sleeve Designs for Aari embroidery or Maggam work – Printable
Please Note - Not all designs may fit all sleeve sizes. Sometimes you may have to extend the design. So it is always better to do a paper cutting of the sleeves before tracing the design. Tracing Powder or Chalk Powder - BUY NOW Very trendy and rare design that looks gorgeous on a elbow length sleeves. The 2 parrots are...
Embroidery Neckline Tracing Sheets – Printable
Please NOTE - Not all designs fit A3 size. Shop Now - Embroidery Supplies Tracing Powder or Chalk Powder - BUY NOW This above design is actually for a boat neck blouse or kurti, however a part of it can be traced and the same design can be built for any neck shape like round neck, leaf neck or pot neck. Satin...
Tracings for Hand Embroidery and Aari Work
To trace the following designs you can use 1 of the 2 methods 1st Method - Sooper Easy, just use yellow carbon or white carbon like we use blue or black carbon with paper. 2nd Method - Little tedious, After you have the print out on the paper, trace the complete design on a plastic base tracing sheet and then make...
Saree Kuchu With Maggam Work Blouses
Below are the images of our most recent Saree Kuchu and Aari Work or Maggam Work Blouse Designs. Each blouse is carefully designed keeping the client's requirement and taste in mind. The material we use for maggam embroidery will last long and will not turn black unlike in most cases. Mostly embroidery is done using silk threads, zardosi, zari,...
How to add beads in Aari or Maggam Work
Aari Embroidery Supplies include – Sugar beads or seed beads, bugle beads, sequins, zardozi, mirrors, diamond-cut kundans, smooth finish kundans, stone kundans, stone chain, pearl chain, glass mirrors, plastic mirrors, pearls, poth, jharkan, crochet hook no.14 and 23, silk thread, zari, fabric glue etc. Bead Work is a very vital part of South Indian Bridal Blouses. Beads are available...
How to do Chain Stitch in Aari or Maggam Work
Aari work – also known as Maggam Work in South India. Aari work is one of the Indian Embroidery Styles which involves a hook, plied from the top but fed by silk thread from below with the material spread out on a frame. This movement creates loops, and repeats of these lead to a line of chain stitches. The...

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