Stitched Shisha Decorative mirrors, a modern Procedure

June 13, 2022 0 By Shazaib Khatri135

Embroidered shisha work is a technique of working which attaches small items of mirror glass or reflective metal onto fabric. The term shisha comes from ancient Persian for glass and the technique originally began at the Moghul court and has become most associated with regions of India, where in actuality the popularity of this kind of embroidery occurred at the time of the development of glass making there. As elsewhere on earth, glass was originally a pricey commodity associated with wealth. Decoration with glass mirror fragments was not only used on textiles but in addition on buildings, embedded in plaster, to form elaborate patterns and sumptuous designs.

When used on textiles for clothing and for religious or decorative hangings, shisha mirrors are traditionally utilized in repeating patterns. The inclusion of this kind of embroidery adds sparkle and depth to fabric textures and when used traditionally are regarded as auspicious in that they may give protection against the evil eye.

No glue is mixed up in application of the shisha mirrors; a network or grid of holding stitches is the inspiration on that your shisha stitches (a type of herringbone stitch) eshisha are worked. All the work is performed by hand. A variety of stitches may then be utilized to enlarge the look across the mirror and beads and sequins may be incorporated.

Shisha mirror decoration offers great potential to hand-embroiderers to improvise with pattern. They combine well with the richness of colour and texture of silk fabrics and can be used to embellish patterned fabrics. They can be utilized in a repeating design as they certainly were originally or can be utilized alone to include accent to decoration. They lend themselves beautifully to decoration on accessories such as for instance bags, purses and even fabric jewellery, such as for instance brooches, hair accessories or cuffs. Accessories with hand-embroidered shisha mirrors are unique and individual because they are hand stitched and one-of-a-kind items. Anyone using or wearing these unique items will be able to reflect their very own personal style with an item that has had time, skill and flair taken in its design and making.