a.printed indigo tunic


The yoke and the fabric were given to the tailor . he did a very good job. The tunic-

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Gold and blue colour lace was attached to the sleeves-

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The close up picture of the yoke-

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This fabric in handloom cotton, is very comfortable to wear. I have worn this tunic with – jeans ,tights and jeggings . A very easy pattern to embroider.

The embroidery for this yoke is done in chain stitch. After the blue and white threads, small triangles were worked with chain stitch filling in antique gold. Thread s used were cotton skeins.

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The completed yoke placed on the tunic fabric-

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This block printed blue tunic has a simple yoke done in beige fabric. the thread colours are chosen from the tunic fabric. the next thread is light blue-

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Out lining with white thread-

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This tunic fabric is handloom cotton, vegetable dyed and block printed in indigo. The fabric did not require any embellishments at all for it to be worn as a tunic, any new neckline would have been sufficient. But a simple pattern with curves was chosen for the yoke. the pattern-

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This pattern was worked in beige cotton fabric. the thread colours were chosen from the printed indigo fabric, shades of blue and white.
The first thread in medium blue-

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