The advent of Liquid Embroidery has opened a lot of avenues. Traditional stitches are very successfully replicated with these marvelous tubes that give you the look and feel of embroidery. The technique is very simple and basic and is an inexpensive way to now transfer stitches onto fabric and make them look ethnic and trendy. It is something that is easily available and within the reach of a common person so is gaining a lot of popularity. The ease with which traditional stitches can be replicated makes it encouraging for people to attempt.
Liquid embroidery looks beautiful on saris and a lot of Indian garments that demand traditional stitches. It can be done on cushion covers, bedspreads, dupattas, tops, caps, hats, clutches, fabrics, footwear and bags of all kinds.
Embroidery stitches are fine and intricate the nozzles of these liquid embroidery tubes make it possible for one to follow and make. Cross stitch, kantha stitch, kutchi work, raberi (aari work) are few of the many traditional stitches that can be done beautifully on any fabric.