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Embroidered Sarees

An embroidery saree is one of the essential saree types in a woman's ethnic closet. Due to its eye-catching motifs, embroidered sarees look immensely beautiful. A popular variety of this saree is a net embroidery saree. The gorgeous weaving done on the sheer fabric gives it an ethereal look. Explore and shop embroidery sarees in many colors and fabrics here!
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What are the different types of embroidery?

Decorating fabric with thread and needles is known as Embroidery. This type of embroidery is done on natural fabrics like silk and cotton. These types of embroidery designs are the best replica of our own rich cultural heritage. There are different types of Embroidery styles found in India. Some of them are Chikankari, Kantha, Phulkari, Zardozi, and Kutch. These are among the most famous embroidery style globally.

How to identify handloom embroidery?

The Handloom Embroidery is a traditional textile which originated in Bangladesh and India. There are almost 500 types of handloom embroidery are found in India. One must take a close look at the weaves of the fabric. The weaves done on the fabric will surely have some small imperfections and discrepancies. When we will reverse the fabric then we will see the exact mirror image of the prints that are in the front.

How to keep embroidery sarees as good as new?

There are many Embroidery sarees starting from Kancheepuram, Banarasi, Tussar, South Indian Silk and many more. We must keep our Indian ethnic wear secure and new. You must soak them in salt water before washing them with soap water. You must avoid soaking these fabrics overnight and try to raise them in icy water and never use dyes or bleaching powder on this fabric.

How to wash and care embroidery sarees?

If you’re an embroidery saree lover then you must know how to keep them clean. If your fabric is looking dull then you may use OxiClean to brighten your fabric but you should not use Chlorine bleach. You need to keep the saree in cold water for least 4 hours to get best result. Avoid twisting or wring the saree. Once it’s done very gently squeeze out excess water from the saree.

What are the famous Indian embroidery sarees?

India is a country which is influenced by numerous culture, innumerable invasion and settlements. In this process the embroidery itself faced the flavor of all these. In every state different embroider has its own name. Each embroidery saree stand out and all looks very unique on its own along with its stitching style and color of the fabric.