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Patch Work – A Legendry Work Since Ancient Times
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A particular style that offers an interesting and mind blowing mix of style and tradition, “Patch Work Salwar Suit”, is a tribute to the women as well as world of fashion today.
The main motto of Indian Art is ‘Tradition’. Sarees and Salwar Suits are the symbolic icons of traditional fashion.
Salwar Suits have a speciality that they can suits to the women of all age groups irrespective of seasons and regions. Especially, Patch work Salwar suits are eye-poppers of today’s fashions. With their beauty and elegance, they are playing an active role in fashion weeks.
Patch Work also called as “Pieced Work”, is a work that is done using needles and small pieces of clothes. It is a highly populated attire of urban and contemporary women.
This special work involves stitching two different sets of fabrics together to obtain a bigger or long lengthen design. Main fabrics like Silk, Cotton, Art Silk or any such which would suit to the larger area where it is attached. Today, these designs are adding additional flavours to the fabrics such as embroideries, thread works etc.
The main steps to create a Patch work are, creating a template and placing it on to the fabric, making a stitch margin, folding stitch margin and finally stitching to the main fabric. These are the main steps that every weaver follows.
Patch works have an ancient history about 500 decades ago. Some says during 50th centuries, this work was found in an Egyptian tomb and others said its birth is in China. But there is no perfect evidence found about its history.
Today, we are getting these works from all over the world. In India, all major cities are producing these works.
Interesting facts about these Patch works are,
In the times of 1st world war, women began to produce these works to fill the home needs as their family heads went to war.
Generally, this work was done earlier for the need, but it became a necessity today.
This is the only work, which was spread worldwide and enjoyed by the whole world.
Due to dramatic changes in technology, new sewing machines and frames are giving certain relief to the weavers. So, weavers turned to make fusion experiments to produce new patterns, designs in patch works.
Weavers are adorning designer embroideries, thread works, zari works, block prints and geometrical patterns intricately. Embroidery patches, zari work borders and gold or silver or combination work borders are trendy fashions of patch works today.
Patch Work Salwar Kameez with trendy prints is all time wear to the women of all age groups. The motifs like flowers, animals, fruits, peacocks and other geometrical arts of patch works are apt for festivals, corporate events and other grand occasions. Designer Patch Work Salwar suits with heavy embroidery and thread works are best wedding collections.
Earlier it was “need”, now its “trend”. So undoubtedly, hard work will always be rewarded.
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