The term “embroidery” describes the use of thread to improve the appearance of a cloth or product. The majority of the time, natural textiles with tight weaves are used for this thread art. India’s embroidery patterns are influenced by several civilizations and have a unique flair. Indian embroidery is prized by artisans and is admired by people all around the world. The fabric’s texture is the basis for the creation of embroidery designs.
In addition to threads, it could also comprise embellishments like sequins, beads, stones, and pearls. India is well-known for its exquisite embroidery methods. Running stitch, cross stitch, and satin stitch are the three basic embroidery stitches. More affordable surface embroidery techniques exist. One of the many needlework styles that go back to the Mughal Empire is Aari embroidery. Aari work is an embroidery style in which the cloth is tightly stretched over a wooden frame. The fundamental Aari work is carried out with a pen-like needle that resembles a crochet needle.