Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Dimensional embroidery


I have used Rayon threads which are available in India to do this project.
I have used cone thread from Indian Rayon & Industries Limited of ,Adithya Birla group.I think one cone casts approximately RS.20/=, I do not remember the actual prize.When I started to do Brazilian embroidery by using pearl cotton threads by Anchor, I was told Brazilian embroidery should be done using rayon threads only or else it is called dimensional embroidery.Stitches are the same but different types of threads are used.I started searching for rayon thread .I had some cone threads with me.Till now I did not care about the brand .I saw inside the spool .I saw the label Rayon- Indian Rayon & Industries Limited,My joy knew no bounds!The machine embroidery thread by Natesh- well known & reputed company in the field of embroidery threads is also rayon thread.
Closeup view


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33 comments:

  1. very pretty vani:)..are those purple flowers done in bullion?

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  2. Hi Vani
    This is absolutely beautiful.

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  3. this is extremely..beautiful....vani..mam..which material u used for this...cotton or satin...?

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  4. I have worked on satin material

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  5. Hi, Vani
    I just saw your blog and your pretty embroidery. I also do Brazilian dimensional embroidery and have started a blog. If you want to learn more, there is also an online group studying B.E., and our guild BDEIG has a website with lots more. I've got links to all on my blog. I'm glad to meet you.
    RosalieWakefield-Millefiori.blogspot.com

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  6. Thanks a lot for the appreciation and information.

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  7. Hi Vani,

    I find no words to admire you! Lovely! Excellent! A masterpiece. Thanks for the information about the thread. Do you know where do we get it in Chennai?

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  8. hai vani madam ,
    iam saranya i have created a blogspot like u mam my blog name is saran-embroidery i request you to see my blogspot madam and aslo tell ur friends too

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  9. Hi, inspired from your smocking technique and samples I'm doing my final year project on it and using leatherite.. I created few samples which came out to be beautiful. I was hoping if you could help me further in it.. looking for your response.. you can contact me@ shanelgupta249@gmail.com.. looking forward your reply..

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  10. wooow.... love the basket... think m goin to try it...

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  11. Dear Vani,

    Could you please tell me some book recommendations on kutch embroidery work? I really want to learn. Some site had given some sample but with that not able to do full design. I endup doing mistake all the time. I will be coming to Bangalore in Nov this year. If you tell me the place where I can get this instruction book for kutch embroidery I can buy them. Sorry to bother you Vani.
    Thanks
    Viji.

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  12. Hi viji, In Sapna book stores they used to sell embroidery books.In Raja market also you will get.Those are design books.There are many sites tutorials
    http://kutchwork-tutorial.blogspot.com/search/label/KUTCHWORK%20-%20TUTORIAL
    http://kutchwork-tutorial.blogspot.com/search/label/KUTCHWORK%20-%20TUTORIAL

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  13. Dear Vani,
    Thanks for your response. I will see in Sapna book store and in Raja market.

    Thanks once again.
    Viji.

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  14. Dear mam,
    I have some doubts in stitching I don't know how to contact you . Please help me

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  15. Please ask your doubts hear itself .I will try to help you.

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  16. Hi Vani,after a long time I was a bit free to sit and browse and just now went through your blog.I am also interested in brazilian embroidery and was looking for Rayon threads.At present I am in the US and the thread is really expensive.If you can please tell me where I can get the Rayon thread you mentioned in this post I will be really happy to get it from there.Thank you for sharing this work.

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    1. I have no idea .My daugther tried in Joanns she did not find it there.My sister got me some from Australia.You google and see.

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    2. Thank you for your prompt reply.I was asking about the Indian Rayon thread which you mentioned.I will be returning in August and wanted to know where to buy it in India.
      Love
      Mahalakshmi

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    3. Cone thread is India rayon thread.It is available in Rajamarket at Bangalore

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  17. Hi Vani,
    Can you please tell me the name of that thread so that I can tell my cousin who is in Bangalore to buy it.Sorry for the trouble.
    Mahalakshmi

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  18. vani madam,
    where do we get the needles for this embroidery?ilive in bangalore.
    Regards,
    jayanthi

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  19. Milliners needle is used for Brazilian embroidery.I got it from U.S. It is not available in India.Try to find a needle which has got long thin eye so that you can slide the thread which is wrapped around the needle easily.

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  20. vani madam,
    i forgot to as you for the sizo of the milliner needle . i have afew relatives in the us . so ican tell them accordingly. what size i should ask for?

    regards, jayanthi

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  21. vani madam i want sarees disigens images and procedure please send me madam my id noblekumar400@gmail.com , 9573122102

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  22. all ur creations is very useful to develop ourself.

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  23. dear vani mam,
    ur all creations are very very very beautiful ,mam...and it also useful to gather more ideas..

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  24. hi vani
    i would like to lear embroidery works with you? are you teaching at haome? and where are you staying in bangalore?

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