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Welcome to Raj Creations In this video I am going to show you the beautiful Grid patten of kutch work or Sindhi Embroidery, First take a look at graph you don’t have to draw all this thing but this is to show you, you have to just draw these lines for the pattern. Tthe earlier made lines are the first step of embroidery which I have already made for you after doing the first step as you can see in the video we have to complete the second step which is another stitch line as same as the previous one but aligning in between the center of the previous stitches In this whole grid we have to take these 2 stitches Now filling part just to show you how thread has to be moved while doing the third step, in between individual grids 4th step has to be completed We have to make focus on the turning points and the center intersection points. The purpose of this video is to show you how to turn and how to make intersection points Let’s get started on fabric. I always use this point as a starting point, just see the thread movement Now we are doing the first step of grid pattern of kutch work observe the thread movement, where thread has to be placed after pricking the needle you will never go wrong, usually I do this without frame or hoops This is slightly uneasy for me to do this , that’s why stitches are uneven you can try this without hoop just simply wraping particular fabric piece in you index finger and do the embroidery it is very easy to do this without hoop, just for demonstration purpose I am using hoop now see the turning point how thread has to be moved you can also refer to my previous video of Borders part 1( 2 video of channel) showing the same stitch this is the first step of embroidery which I am doing you have to do this with 4 strands of thread but here I am using 3 strands of thread so that you can easily understand, now making the intersection points where 2 lines are interacting(crossing ) each other This is important thread has to be in the center of interaction point In the same manner you have to cover the whole grid pattern Now doing the second step, while doing the second step once we have to move the thread beneath the the line and once above the line this is how it goes see the turning point here we have to turn the thread this is also helpful when you are embroidering it with borders, this turning point is always needed when we are doing necklines, side slits and front panels of kurti or suits This is a multipurpose pattern you can use it in your kurtis, it looks very beautiful in sleeves when making 3/4 sleeves and also looks pretty in jackets, you can also use this on cushion covers this is upto you how you are using this grid pattern, now again showing you the turning point so that you can easily understand As you can see in my thumbnail pick I have made a very small design just for showing you I have make this big pattern, It looks very beautiful when it is made in small size Now doing the intersection point it has to make like this so that you can see a small square pattern in the center line if you like my videos please subscribe to my channel, like my videos and share it on your social platforms now from the downwards making the intersection points, this way you have to do on the whole big motiff Now for the filling part we will do the outline first and do the center(inner) part of the grid line with the 4th step this way you will find it easy to complete a single grid at a time Now doing the filling part carefully observe the thread movement I am using it with different color thread so that you can easily understand let’s see how to do the intersection point there is an audio problem in my video, I am trying to resolve this very quickly from now onward I am adding english subtitles in my vidoes so that if you have any difficulty in the audio you can also play the subtitles to understand the contents what I am saying I hope you will understand by watching this video now showing you close the turning point where corner has to be made If you have moved the thread right you will not find any difficulty in doing this but if there is any mistake in the first and second step you won’t be able to fill the pattern so, first practice the first and second steps which are the basic building blocks of this stitches and then try to fill the pattern, you will never go wrong it requires practice to do this, once you are able you can do any border stitch as you have seen in the thumbnail pic i have stitched stones in it you can make small squares on any other embroidery patterns between the grids so that it looks very beautiful again another corner pattern for you to know how to make the corners in this way you have to complete the whole line till the turning point I have completed the 3rd step of grid pattern, showing you the last and final step in this step we will fill the inner side all around after doing the whole embroidery in the inner side at the intersection point you will see a small square pattern that’s why we have to change the direction of thread in the 4th step now moving towards the turning point if you have any problem in doing this you can ask me via comment section i will be there to help you see carefully how to finish the turning point with the final stitch, that why i have use 3 strands of thread so that i can easily show you all this, and how thread has to be moved, actually it has to make with 4 strands of thread if you use 2 or 3 strands of thread than cloth underneath will be visible to avoid this you have to use 4 strands of thread try to make equal size stitches to that it look beautiful in the same manner you have to do this till the intersection point i like this final filling part very much because the outcome of embroidery project is visible now moving towards the point which i am trying to show you if you like my videos please share them, it will be helpful in growing my channel now watch it carefully this way from the inner side we have to complete the forth step as you can see at the intersection point from the lower side another grid is visible we have to do this till the end, so that i can show you the small square pattern which is visible in the center, this shows that you have follow the motif right if the stitches are not right here then something is wrong in your earlier stitches this is not difficult but you have to follow the simple instructions almost completed Thanks for watching my video thank you please share it on your social platform

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