black and orange tunic

Antique golden beads and sequins were used as embellishments for this embroidery on the yoke. The central motif with beads-

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The embroidered piece was given to the tailor for sewing,
As mentioned on my previous post, the salwar [Indian style pants] was a glossy printed black and gold fabric.
The completed tunic set-

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The tunic top with lace border on sleeve-

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The printed salwar and the yoke match well together. The embroidery did not take much time and I have worn it a few times. Fully satisfied with this set.

After working the motifs with herringbone stitches and back stitches, the pattern around the neck was worked with herringbone stitch. And the motifs are outlined with back stitch-

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The stitching part of the embroidery is completed on this pattern-

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Sequins and beads on the neckline-

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The centre and the small motifs with beads-

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I bought a synthetic fabric with black and gold stripes which looked like glossy tiger’s skin. The picture of the fabric is not available. for this , a black handloom mangalagiri cotton fabric was chosen for the tunic.
the yoke design-
celtic motifs which can be embellished with beads.
The yoke pattern traced on the fabric,

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The parallel lines on the motifs and neckline were worked with herringbone stitch in cotton skeins. The big central motif was done in two colours-

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The other parts of the design were worked with back stitches in metallic thread.

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Smaller motifs-

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