blue multi coloured kucthwork yoke


RPW2016

This week’s chart on RPW 2016 was completed on Saturday, the day it was posted.

TAST 2016

This week’s stitch on TAST 2016 challenge is Oyster stitch, which was worked in earlier TAST challenge. The sampler was posted on facebook group page with a link.

Blue multi coloured kutch work yoke

This yoke was completed with mirrors this week. The tunic for which it was intended and this yoke do not match well. So, the tunic fabric was changed to white block printed cotton fabric. it is yet to go to the tailor. The details are here.

WIPW84-bluemultico kutyoke-2

WIPW84-bluemultico kutyoke-2

Dark blue mirrorwork yoke

The second yoke designed along with the multi coloured kutchwork piece is for a mirror work embroidery. The work on this was started yesterday.

WIPW84-whblchanderi-1

WIPW84-whblchanderi-1

Yellow red khadi tunic

This ready to sew Khadi salwar suit set was a gift. It is with the tailor now. The embroidery designing will be done after the set is sewn.

WIPW84-yelredkhadi-1

WIPW84-yelredkhadi-1

The details on the blue mirror work yoke will be posted after the project is completed. It is interesting to post the details immediately after the completion of the project

Kutch work embroidery fascinates me. Sometimes it is a motif, or a woven design, or a border. The differences in working each piece is quite absorbing. This is the reason, every now and then, a kutchwork project keeps showing on my posts. This time, an idea of a small kutchwork design worked in different colours came to mind.
This design can be worked as woven kutch work too.
The pattern, as a usual practice the mirrors are also incorporated in this pattern.

blmultiy-pat

blmultiy-pat

The design was drawn on a blue fabric. The embroidery started with choosing these threads. Few more threads were added while working. The kutchwork was worked in three strands of stranded cotton

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blmultiy-threads

After working a corner design, started with the repeating design.

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blmultiy-1

The working was faster than I expected. The thread consumption  for each piece was also very less.

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blmultiy-2

This particular kutchwork motif can be also be weaved, instead of interlacing. The interlacing leaves space in between the interlaced squares.

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blmultiy-3

The yellow and orange threads were alternated with a touch of pink, green and blue in between them. The colourful kutchwork embroidery.

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blmultiy-4

The outline in chain stitch with blue thread.

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blmultiy-5

The chain stitches in white are worked after this.

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blmultiy-6

The small square mirrors worked with blue thread.

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blmultiy-7

Three yoke patterns were engineered one after another a while ago. This is the first piece. After completing this embroidery, the tunic for which this was intended, a blue cotton fabric, was not appealing enough. So yesterday, another tunic fabric was picked for this piece.

blue multi col yoke white tunic

blue multi col yoke white tunic

This is ready to go to the tailor.