India has a rich heritage of producing some of the most exotic pieces
of beauty in terms of apparels. The subtle designs created by master
craftsmen and the emergence of different techniques of embroidery has
led to the production of some of the most alluring scarves ever made.
This has further helped manufacturers tap the export potential of
embroidered scarves in the national as well the international market.
The host of myriad patterns and sizes are employed to give these pieces
a totally unique look. Some common styles created are as follows:
- Bandhani with sequin work on it.
- Kantha embroidery displaying intricate patterns
- Phulkari embroidery on plain silk scarves
- Rabari embroidery with tassels and laces
- Floral and patchwork embroidery patterns.
- Beaded embroidery
The sizes of these items may be triangular, square or oblong. The
fabrics used for the manufacturing of these items include:
The edges of these scarves are either rolled, hemmed, fringed or