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Applique comes from the French word appliquer, meaning "to put on". There are two variants to this technique: applique, where a fabric shape is sewn over a base layer, and reverse applique, wherein two layers of fabric are laid down, and a shape is subsequently cut out from the upper layer, exposing the lower layer, before both are stitched together.The mythical figures are taken for work. peacock, ducks, parrot, trees, elephant, creepers, flowers like jasmine, lotus, Sun, half-moon, and Rahu (a mythical demon once who swallowed up the sun).The Craft involves embroidering and stitching. For attaching the pieces of cloth articians use straight stitch, satin stitch, blind stitch, or buttonhole stitch. Sometimes they also make mirror work and many decorative stitches.
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