Woolen Shawls


Aari work has traditionally been regarded as one of the most demanding needlework techniques. It takes less time to finish the embroidered work on an outfit nowadays, due to enhanced sewing methods and the participation of more artists. Aari work started with a basic method of sketching the pattern on the cloth using a lead pencil, followed by piercing holes along the design lines with a needle. The needle was then threaded and inserted into the cloth, emerging with a loop. This ari embroidery shawl may be worn in winter season to keep you warm. For this kind ofshawl, dry cleaning is first advised.

The warmest shawl is a boilwool shawl with thread embroidery design. Each shawl has two layers, each with its own pattern. As a result, depending on which side of the shawl is worn, it has two distinct patterns. Wool is boiled with a very soft fabric that is pleasant to the touch. As a result, the unappealing scratching effect is removed from this material. Boiling wool is both warm and light. Hand embroidery adds to the charm and warmth of these boiled wool scarves. Embroidered boil wool shawl is ideal for autumn and winter outfits.



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