Type: Original Kerman needlework pate, Buttoned
Size: 20*12 cm
Material: Turkish nano fabric, vegetable yarn, foam liner
1,705,000 ریال 0.00117 BTC
Special and unique
quality of natural leather and genuine Kerman pete, which is completely sewn by hand, is one of the features that distinguishes this product from other bags. This bag is made with a unique design and suitable dimensions, which is compared to other bags. The prices are reasonable and the bag strap is adjustable.
Every corner of our country has art and artists with colorful patterns and drawings. Pete or Pete embroidery is a colorful creation by Kerman artists. Pete is a genuine and traditional type of needlework in which all or part of the fabric is covered with stitches and colored threads. The fabric on which sewing is done is called “wide”, which is made of thick wool and colorful yarns are also called “rees”.
Chardin’s travelogue, which is related to the Safavid period, mentions the prevalence of pete sewing in Kerman. It is narrated that Nader Shah wore clothes made of pete which was called “rare pete”. The shawl has been a luxurious gift among aristocratic families. The most beautiful pete is related to the tomb of Shah Nematullah Vali in Mahan, Kerman. This pete is on a fabric with a length and width of 355 by 210 cm and is the result of two years of continuous work of 16 ladies of Kermani petehoz during the Qajar period.
He puts the needle in his basket of colorful threads, takes off his glasses, rubs his eyes, and touches the stitches. She has been sewing her dreams with a needle for years to give beauty to others; For enlightenment, wedding offers, dowry or…. This is a customer order desktop for dowry. The girl said that a bergamot design and two cushions should be sewn with a vase design for “pete”.
Pete has two parts: wide and reese.
Women artists cut the wide pete according to the product they intend to sew. The width is mostly red, green, orange, crimson and white, on which the patterns are sewn in small pieces. The artist draws his desired design, which is more mental, in a wide-angle manner.
The embroiderer first stitches the main lines with black reed and long stitches, which is called embroidery. Then the inside of the roles is painted with a square and diagonal hammer, which is known as embroidery. The last step is embroidering and shading with thin threads and oblique stitches and long-short washes that are done around the fringe.
Finally, the pete is carefully washed and then ironed. Due to the sewing done on the wide, the fabric is gathered and ironed with the help of a special machine called “rolling”. The more stitches, the more expensive the pete. Sometimes the fabric is so sewn that it does not look wide.
The handicrafts of Kermani girls and women with thousands of colorful patterns have connected art and thought; Hands that have spent their elegance for years on the beauty of petals and have sewn their dreams to fabric with every stitch.
Designs commonly used in pete: tree, survey, armband, quadruped, deer, cashmere, headband, sect, bergamot, pine, almond, twin pollen, bergamot, vase, bird and for the straight-line border, flowers, shapes They are geometric, khatai, scroll and head.
Rugs are mostly used for baby carpets, tablecloths, rugs, carpets, Quran covers, backs, curtains, cushions, pillows, bedspreads, napkin covers, underpants, shoes and for decorating clothes (such as rugs embroidered on coats ). To maintain the pete, pay attention to the following points:
Good quality rugs will become more valuable and considered antique after many years have passed and the sample is not available in the market
Pete embroidery is a kind of sewing of flowers and bushes by hand on fluffy shawls, which is done in Kerman and is used for sewing rugs, Quran covers, tablecloths, prayer mats, curtains, cushions, and cups. Pete embroidery is a genuine Iranian art whose other letters are embroidery and string embroidery. The base fabric is a thick, woolen fabric called a wide. Pete embroiderers, usually housewives and girls, sew needles with a needle, a combination of their own ideas and personal insights, with colored cotton stitches on a thick or wide woolen cloth background. Also, in some cases, ancient maps and designs of Iran, including shrubs or trees of life, are used.
Pete is made from a wide cloth that is the backing and a thread that has colored threads for sewing on it. A tapestry needle is also used to sew the rice on the wide.
It is a handmade woolen fabric that was produced in the past with wooden weaving machines and was used to sew coats, skirts and coats. But today, wooden machines have given way to electric machines, and after that, industrial woven fabrics gradually replaced hand-made wires, and now most of these types of industrial fabrics are produced in Kerman province.
Reese is a type of wool yarn hand-spun or spun by the machine that is used in jujube colors, black, light green, dark green, yellow, orange, red, dark blue, green, lacquer, etc. Pete tailors. The amount of rice used in the pete depends on the type of role and the thickness or thinness of the yarn used. But on average, each meter of pete needs about 400 grams of yarn
Steps of embroidering pete from the beginning of work to the time of sale
To prepare the pete, first, the wide one is cut to the necessary dimensions, then the desired design must be made on it. Vendors usually have ready-made and designed wide raw materials that they sell ready-made to pete tailors.
In the design phase, the design is first drawn on calc paper, then the design lines are perforated to fit the needle and matched to a wide one, and plaster or charcoal is poured on it, which is called knotting. Gypsum soil is used for dark fabrics and charcoal soil is used for light fabrics.
After weaving, the marked points are marked with a pen and ink on the fabric. After designing the role, the type and color of yarn should be selected. For more original designs, dark colors are used, because usually patellar designs are neither crowded nor geometric, so light colors can not give it much attraction, and dark colors make the connection of patterns more regular and beautiful. Of course, in recent years, bright colors have also found their way into embroidered rugs.
After selecting and preparing the yarn, the embroiderer puts the needle instead of the main lines. This step is known as stem embroidery because the patterns are sewn linearly. The inside of the maps and text is then embroidered and filled with a special style, which is called water embroidery or text embroidery.
The next stage is embroidering leaves and shading with thread around flowers and patterns, which is one of the most important stages of embroidering pete. Leaf embroidery is usually done in a zigzag pattern around the edges and it is also called hammer embroidery (bud embroidery).
After sewing, the pete is washed and ironed and ready to be sold with the help of a special machine called rolling.
The stitches used in embroidery include stalk embroidery, hammer embroidery, leaf embroidery, and embroidery, which we will now describe how to do each:
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