Grey Woollen Stole with Multicolored Kashmiri Aari Embroidery
Grey Woollen Stole with Multicolored Kashmiri Aari Embroidery
Grey Woollen Stole with Multicolored Kashmiri Aari Embroidery

Grey Woollen Stole with Multicolored Kashmiri Aari Embroidery


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Elegant Pure Sheep Wool Stole | Machine-operated Aari Embroidery by Kashmiri Artisans

This stole is woven from pure sheep wool by Kashmiri weavers and embroidered in beautiful vibrant colors with typical Kashmiri floral motifs. The stylish multicolored design on a subtle grey-colored base fabric makes it a versatile accessory, perfect for complementing casual outfits either at home or outdoors!

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Kashmiri Aari Embroidery

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Aari embroidery is one of the oldest embroidery technique practised in India, mainly in Kashmir and Kutch region in Gujarat. In Kashmir, it is more commonly known as kashidakari or kashmiri zalakdozi (zalakdozi means 'chain stitch' in local language).

Inspired by the lovely seasonal hues, beautiful natural surroundings and the local flora and fauna, together with native artisans' exceptional understanding of blending colors together, makes this Kashmiri craft rightfully popular all across the globe!

This craft form is mainly practiced by Kashmiri men, and it is done on a range of fabrics including wool, silk, cotton, velvet, linen, etc., using a crochet like needle called aari, which has a hook at one end. This hook is inserted down through the fabric and it is fed by a thread from underneath. The hook then pulls up the thread onto the top of the fabric to create loops one after the other, each rising from the previous one in succession, to create a chain of stitches. It is typically done on woollen shawls, stoles, pherans, coats and jackets.

Another variant of aari embroidery is crewel embroidery, which uses the same aari technique except that the crewel needle is much thicker and thus uses thicker threads of silk or wool, to give more embossed feel to the fabric. Crewel embroidery is usually done on rugs, lampshades, wall-hangings, bags, clutches, cushion covers, bed covers, curtains and other home furnishing fabrics.

The beautiful spread of rose flowers and paisleys, intertwined grapevines, butterflies, colorful birds, tree of life, chinar leaf and cypress cone, are the most preferred motifs and patterns that the artisans use to embellish Kashmiri textiles.

The leading wool producing Indian states are Rajasthan, Jammu and Kashmir, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Himachal Pradesh. But around 95% of its wool is of Carpet and Coarser Grade and only 5% is the Apparel Grade. So, India imports fine grade wool from Australia, New Zealand & China to meet the demands of its woollen industry. Interestingly, India is the largest raw wool importer in the world, followed by Italy and Vietnam. Image Credits: UlyssesThirtyOne | CC BY-2.0