Kasuti Embroidery is one of the oldest forms of embroidery. There is a belief that its origin can be traced to 7th century A.D. Today, women love wearing clothes with Kasuti embroidery in all parts of India, especially South India. This type of stitching is mostly used for high-end silk sarees.
There are many types of Kasuti Embroidery you can learn to start your own business with our online Govt-recognised course where you will receive a certificate after completing your course.
Here are 3 types of patterns you can learn with our online NSDC Embroidery course,
Gavanti Kasuti Embroidery
Gavanti is also known as Double Running Stitch for modern understanding. The word, Gavanti, means a knot in Canarese. It basically works in horizontal, vertical and diagonal directions for stitching.
You can learn more and enhance your skills in embroidery with Hunar Online’s online Govt-recognised courses.
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Neygi Kasuti Embroidery
It is also known as Darning stitch as it is a weaving stitch that works only in short and long straight lines. The pattern in Neygi kasuti embroidery is similar to weaver’s patterns.
You can know more about the practicality of stitching with our online NSDC embroidery course from home.
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Menthi Kasuti Embroidery
This is an ordinary cross-stitch embroidery and it means forked stitch. This pattern of embroidery is used in order to fill the Neygi stitch. The motifs must be completed before applying this embroidery technique as the stitching line comes in reverse to fill blank spaces.
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