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      Introduction To Embroidery 

      Embroidery is an ancient needlework technique that is believed to have originated in China. And like some artforms it could have evolved from unintended purposes like maybe stitching to join fabric or patchwork. It is not exactly known when embroidery was used primarily for art and decoration, but its influence moved across the Middle East then Europe. 

      The purpose of embroidering fabric like aprons, pillow & cushion covers, T-shirtscaps, blankets, shirts, denim, or even dresses is basically stitching a pattern using a needle and thread. Some embroidery styles include running the thread through beads, sequins, mirrors, or semi-precious stones. 

      Styles and stitches have evolved over the years and each region across the globe has some sort of uniqueness that depended on the materials used and occasion. Although an art form is predominantly done by handwith the emergence of technology we have seen automated computerized embroidery machines produce fine and detailed results.  

      A few famous hand embroidery styles in India 

      • Chikankari 
      • Kantha 
      • Phulkari 
      • Zardozi 
      • Rajasthani patchwork 
      • Kashidakari 
      • Aari 
      • Shisheh (Mirror work) 

      Basic Embroidery Stitches 

      Here is a list of some of the different types of basic embroidery stitches. 

      • Backstitch 
      • Running stitch 
      • Elongated stitch 
      • Straight stitch 
      • French knot 
      • Stem stitch 
      • Chain stitch 
      • Feather stitch 
      • Split stitch 
      • Fly stitch 
      • Woven wheel stitch 

      How to select embroidery threads 

      There are different embroidery threads types, which is why it's important to know what thread to use for your project as it affects the result of the design. Threads also called floss can be got in a wide range of fibers, colors, types, and weights. It is also very important to choose threads depending on the type of fabric, the fabric thread count, and the style of embroidery being done. 

      Any beginner should experiment a lot to understand whether the thread or fabric or needle size will give the desired result. Embroidery threads are available in wool, linen, silkcotton, rayon, and novelty yarns. The ribbon is also used to create floral motifs in embroidery. 

      Read about the Different Uses of Embroidery Threads 

      About Muezart Embroidery Threads 

      Our natural hand-dyed embroidery thread is tightly twisted, has a beautiful texture, and behaves like Perle cotton. It is a 2-ply thread that results in giving your project a textured effect.  

      Our unique Eri silk embroidery threads are hand-dyed using plant-based ingredients. 

      These beautiful embroidery threads are S-twisted and work great on a rustic middleweight fabric or light, thin fabric. 

      Using our 2 ply embroidery thread, you can create a lovely, uniform finish for your designs. These threads are suitable for cross stitch, crewel embroidery, freestyle embroidery, needlepoint, etc. 

      Benefits of Embroidery 

      • Alleviate Stress  
      • Reduced anxiety 
      • Lower blood pressure 
      • Keeps brain healthy  
      • Sense of mindfulness 
      • Build confidence 

      Source 

      New Product Launched!

      Eri Silk Baby Ring Sling | Green

      Regular price ₹ 6,500.00 Sale price ₹ 5,500.00 Save ₹ 1,000.00
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      This luxurious baby sling carrier is made from 100% Eri silk yarn and woven into medium thickness fabric – especially suited for baby-wearing.

      This handwoven sling carrier for babies is exceptionally lightweight and breathable; thus, it's perfect for any climate.

      Eri silk has properties that can keep you cool in summer and warm in winter. Due to its dense weave, it is extremely supportive to both - the parent and the baby.

      This baby sling is safely dyed with natural plant ingredients so you can keep your baby close and comfortable in style.

      The ring sling is extremely easy, quick to use, and perfect for newborns until toddlerhood and beyond (up to 15 kgs).

      Get your baby an Eri Silk Sling Today!

      Watch the video to learn more about how to wear a baby sling!

      Details:

      Handwoven Eri silk 

      Size: 29 x 94 inches 

      Ring size: 3.5 inches

      Color: Fern green

      Ring Material: Brass

      Eri silk Baby ring sling for carrying babies
      Eri silk Baby ring sling for carrying babies