AARI embroidery work in chennai

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What is Aari work?
AARI WORK (PATCHED)
It is a kind of embroidery work done by AAR needle. It is beautiful embroidery work which needs more skill and experience.

Steps involved in Aari work

The first step is to stretch the fabric over a work frame. It gives the cloth a uniform tension. Also the frame can be made to fit any size of fabric. It consists of four wooden spars resting on wooden posts. The fabric is stitched on to the wooden frame using thick cotton thread.
Then the design is traced on the fabric by pencil. But perfect method is the design is first drawn on a tracing paper. Using a needle, holes are pierced all along the lines.This placed on the fabric. A mixture of kerosene and chalk is made and rubbed with a sponge on the tracing paper. It seeps through the holes and is transferred to the fabric.
To start the embroidery needle and Zari or cotton or silk thread are used. Aari embroidery looks like a chain stitch. The needle is pushed through the fabric. From behind, thread is pushed into the hook. When the needle is pulled up again, it comes up with a loop. The next time, the needle goes through the loop and comes up with another loop through the previous loop. The same process is repeated. The stitches are very fine and small.
The main advantage of Aari is that very small embroidery is possible. Beads, sequins or small spirals of gold or silver wire may be also used in between to add sparkle to the work.
The work can be done fast, if maintaining the tension of the thread.
Here is the simple Aari work on my own designed Kurti


Sample Video for Aari embroidary



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17 comments:

  1. i wanna start buisness in aari work.how should i.plz sugesst me something.how should i start

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    1. Hi you can write me if you want a aari worker anywhere in India.call 9088737164

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    2. I need to learn expert level in Chennai

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  2. Hi aparna visit this link. Here i posted the information about how to start aari work business http://indian-divas.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=66. If you want to place further query about these register in indian-divas.com/forum and post your query. Or send mail to sharm1411@only-ladies.com

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  3. Hello Sharmila,

    Nice to meet you, I'm Jackelen from Malaysia and I really really like to have one of this aari needle and kits.
    I am a jobless and I want to do sewing clothes at my home.I'm glad and grateful if you could help me to get for me a pair of aari needle and kits. I really need it. I'm just start learning this part of embroidery work. My husband is a Ceylonese and I have a pair of Salwar and I love it so much. I use to wear it. Pls email me at e_jack_31@yahoo.com. Thanks a lot.

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  4. hi
    i'm vyshnavi from hyderabad i know aari work i;m doing this from past 12yrs but i would like to start the bussiness please can u help me

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    1. Hi you can write me.I am a aari worker I am from Kolkata.thanks

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  5. books on aari work embroidery available at Mahila art center, 4-2-437/1, ramkote, hyderabad-95 ph: 09246202821

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  6. hi i am kolkata and i am a owner of hand emnroidery.i can do all type item.saree suit anarkali and all.i need to grow my business.how can i do it plz help me.+918334809739 thank you.

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  7. hi i am jeslin job vaccancy for aari work

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  8. its really awesome,ur dress looks like glamorous i want to order u 1 wedding dress for my wedding ,ur costumes r really nice :)

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  9. my name is rekha.i know aari .i want to establish an unit in tiruppur or coimbatore.so please guide me.with tailoring unit.my email id is rekharaja.85@gmail.com







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  11. The weave of this textile is incredibly complex, and clearly took a great deal of skill to manufacture. And on top of what is already an extraordinary piece of work, the detailed embroidery is added. my homepage

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  12. I cant do with normal silk thread.... its not so strong as zari thread.....is there any thicker thread for aari work if so how should i ask in shops

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  13. Your embroidery work is beautiful! I'm going to try this as well. Thank you for your tips.

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  14. It looks really great! Well done !

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