Red and green tunic

After the embroidery was completed, golden colour beads were added on the fly stitches.
The yoke border and the centre piece were attached to red tissue fabric . This red tissue was then stitched on to the tunic-

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The yoke and sleeves on tunic-

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These are details of the embroidery on yoke and sleeves of a red tunic.
The whole embroidery was worked in  three strands of cotton skeins.
The fly stitch detail-

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The detail of the chain stitch outline in orange around the flowers-

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Embroidery completed on yoke-

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The tunic on my next post.

All these days I have been writing posts only on TAST challenge. So this post is to break away from that routine.
The fabrics of this tunic set are handloom cotton. The top is striped mangalagiri cotton in red . the salwar is also mangalagiri cotton in double colour [green and yellow].
The same salwar[Indian pants] fabric was used for the embroidery on yoke and sleeves.
The stitches used were, herringbone, stem, fly stitch and chain stitch. Beads were added in the end.
The first stage of flowers and stem-

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The close up of the same-

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Will continue with the details on my next post.