Aari Work / Maggam Work Bangles
Aari Work Bangles are commonly known as Raw Silk Bangles and originates from South India. It is inspired from different types of Indian Embroidery like Zardosi Work, Tambour Work, Pearl Work etc. Usually Raw Silk Fabric is used which has a beautiful texture. Raw Silk Bangles can be designed in any sizes starting from kids to adults. Embroidery is...
Antique Glass Bead Necklace
An amalgamation of very popular designs, unique, innovative and special. A creative masterpiece the beauty of this set is indescribable in words. After all, seeing is believing. This special combination creates a special contemporary beauty which is sure to turn heads. Dark Green glass beads just makes the set stand out when paired with Indian Attire. This long...
Kundan Necklace
Kundan Jewelry has been a part of the Indian wedding tradition for a very long time. But most people don't yet know about it. The fascination that people have for Kundan Jewelry dates back about 5000 years into the Indus Valley Civilization. Arriving from the prominent parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan, Kundan Jewelry is now considered to...
Feather Earring Using Macrame Knot
Beautiful, macrame feathers have been clogging up social media feeds as of late. They're incredibly beautiful and I was also curious to know how they were made and hence I gave it a try. I was extremely happy with how it turned out and that is when I decided to share a Video Tutorial. Length of the Thread depends on...
Saree Kuchu Making Materials -www.knottythreadz.com It is one of the oldest and the easiest design to work. This basic design with a little twist looks very elegant on any kanjeevaram saree or cotton saree. The first step can be worked with zari or contrast silk thread. The thickness and the length of the of the tassel totally depends on...
Saree Kuchu Making Materials - www.knottythreadz.com Baby Kuchu is one of the most oldest traditional kuchu designs. Its very simple and yet it looks very elegant. Thick and short tassels are named as Baby Kuchu. Earlier baby kuchu was limited to silk sarees, but now its often used on cotton saree, linen saree, duppattas, stoles and also kurtis and...