Qutab Minar Patchwork

Patch Work,

India

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At nearly eight feet in height, this captivating patchwork is bound to command a significant portion of the wall. Depicting the iconic Delhi landmark of Qutub Minar with the Alai Darwaza in the background, this is an example of patchwork art, one of the most aesthetic ways of creating wall decor. Patchwork originated in Rajasthan, where people would line up at the local tailor for spare pieces of embroidered cloth and use them as patches on the worn out areas of their clothes. The array of patterns and designs soon became an art form with additional flourishes and finishing techniques.

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Initially this craft was only made for weddings as a symbol of good luck and wealth but gradually people took this up as a craft form in its own. Developments in the craft witnessed the making of wall art pieces and other modern products.

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    Process of Making

    A cotton fabric is pasted with the help of atta glue on the floor. The cloth is properly stretched and pasted in order to avoid any sort of creases. The designs are then traced using a tracing wheel and carbon paper. This done only when the patches are to be pasted in a specific manner. They are also done when specific surface ornamentation or embellishment is done on the product apart from just putting patches together. The patches are then pasted in the required order and design. Mostly large ...

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    Process of Making

    Anatomy of the Product

    Dimensions(cm):
    Length: 93.5
    Width: 81
    Height: 2
    Weight(gm):4885.0000
    Craft : Patch Work
    Colour : Multi Coloured
    Placement : Wall

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