Aari works – also known as Maggam work in South India. Aari's 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 fabric is stretched on a frame and stitching is done with a long needle ending with a hook such as a crewel, or tambour (a needle similar to a very fine crochet hook but with a sharp point). The other hand feeds the thread from the underside, and the hook brings it up, making a chain stitch, but it is much quicker than a chain stitch done in the usual way.
What will you learn in this course?
In this professional-level course, you will learn everything mentioned below. Just sit tight and go through carefully.
Syllabus – Different types of stitches using silk thread and zari. Close to 75 different types of work and stitches are covered in this course.
By the end of this course, you will confidently design your own blouse.
Who should take this course?
If you are a fashion designer and interested in enhancing your designing skills then, this course is for you.