Kutch is located in Gujarat. It is a land of colour, culture and chronicle. Each Community in Kutch have different styles of embroidery and everything comes under Kutchi Embroidery. Each village in Kutch is home to a unique art form. Many kinds of embroidery such as Meghwal, Mutwa, Rabari, Jat, Debaria Rabari, Aahir, Neran are famous.
The charms of Kutch are embedded into its art. Their bold colourful embroideries can be seen in their clothes, over their walls, on their beds…almost any place around.
Showcasing few Embroideries….Hail to Kutch…inspiration unlimited!
Here are few designs from Gaatha – A Tale of Crafts
Gaatha project was conjured to play that key role of storytelling, and therewith bringing social and commercial benefits to the artisan settlements. Using Gaatha, artisans can directly connect with the global audience. Indian Craft lovers will definitely have to check out this website.
Few Door Decorative Pieces with Kutch Embroidery
Image Credit: Ethnicartsindia
Beautiful Pouches and Handbags of Kutch Embroidery
Skirts and Sarees of Kutch Embroidery
Saree with Kutch Embroidery from RANI PINKK
Bollywood actress Genelia D’Souza wearing colourful Kutch Embroidered Salwar Kameez.
Bollywood Actress Sushmita Sen along with her Daughter wearing Kutch Embroidered Clothes in Nishika Lulla Kids Fashion Show.
Beautiful Kutch work Saree from UDD
Kutch Embroidered BedSpread (Image Credit: lively-wood)
Jat Embroidery from Danetah Jats. Their style involves closely stitched patterns all over the cloth.
Image Credit: RangDecor – Predominently Indian (One of my favourite Indian Interior Design Blog by Archana Srinivas)
Shoes with Kutch Embroidery
Kutch Embroidered Cushion Covers
Last but not Least to mention, a beautiful Kutch Lady with traditional Dressing and Jewellery.