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Rangoli Inspired by Kutchi Embroidery-2

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Difficulty Level Intermediate

Add an ethnic touch to your Dipawali celebration. Make this rangoli, inspired by the traditional designs of Kutchi embroideries of Gujarat by simply painting it using the wide range of Liquid Embroidery colours


how to do it yourself

STEP 1:-

Rangoli Inspired by Kutchi Embroidery-2  - Step 1 | Hobbyideas

Take a wooden square placemat and paint it using Acrylic Colours – Black
You may give two coats for an even finish
Let it dry

STEP 2:-

Rangoli Inspired by Kutchi Embroidery-2  - Step 2 | Hobbyideas

Draw a floral design in the kutch embroidery style on paper
Trace a design in the centre of the placemat with white carbon paper

STEP 3:-

Rangoli Inspired by Kutchi Embroidery-2  - Step 3 | Hobbyideas

Outline the design in the traditional kutchi stitch style using Liquid Embroidery – Yellow, Red, White and Light Green.
Similarly, fill the petals in a zig-zag pattern work from kutchi stitch using Liquid Embroidery Cone - Light Green, Yellow and Red.

STEP 4:-

Rangoli Inspired by Kutchi Embroidery-2  - Step 4 | Hobbyideas

Make dots on the entire border of the placemat using Liquid Embroidery – White, Light Green and Yellow.
Place and press the foil mirrors on the Yellow and Light Green dots
The Liquid Embroidery colours will form the ring around the foil mirrors
Stud foil mirrors in between the floral kantha pattern as well referring to the image
Leave it to dry

you will need

Fevicryl Acrylic Colour – Black 202, Fevicryl Liquid Embroidery - Light Green 704, Yellow 703, Red 701, White 707, Wooden Decoupage Square Placemat, Colour Palette, Fine Art Brushes, Water Container, A4 Sized White Paper, White Carbon Paper, Pencil, Glass Mirrors In Medium And Small Size