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pipli work

Discussion in 'Embroidery' started by sharadau, Feb 8, 2010.

  1. sharadau

    sharadau Gold IL'ite

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    Friends,let me explain you the procedure for pipli work. the main cloth whre you are attaching the patches should be of thick material like casementand for others poplin is better.first decide what design you templateswant to do.markthe points where you are attaching the patches.make templates,keep on the cloth,mark the outline.when you are cutting keep extra cloth to have a neat finish,give small cut at regular intervals,this will give a neat finish,Fold the extra cloth towards back side.youcan use thin sponge sheet as a lining to these patches also.hemming or running stich first and next chin stich.Iam clearing our friend sudha Kailass doubt by showing the picture.
    cheers
    sharada
     
    Last edited: Feb 25, 2010
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    nice work!! thanks for clearing the doubt.
     
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    sritas Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Lucidly explained the pipli work. I definitely want to try it. Thanks Sharada.
    Shanta
     
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    Sudha Kailas IL Hall of Fame

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    Sharada, thanks a lot dear for completely clearing my doubts.

    I always used to wonder how they go about with the triangles especially in so many shops, houses and have been wanting to make one by myself instead of buying it !!

    Now high time, I should start one soon.....
     

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