The surface stitches are completed on this yoke, the last part of the embroidery is to work the outlines in double running stitch, I thought I had worked with back stitch, but found that they were actually double running stitch. Though the design was Mexican, I was working phulkari embroidery on it.

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The yoke was placed over the tunic fabric to see the effect, another photo disaster.

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The yoke and the tunic fabric was given for sewing, on which the tailor did a good job.
The completed tunic-

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Close up picture of the same.

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The length of this tunic is such that , it can be worn with trousers or leggings.

I am happy of choosing this dark pink fabric for yoke, it worked well for this tunic.

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