Tepchi, Taipchi, or Tipkhi stitching is a long-running or mending stitch done on the right-hand side of the cloth with six strands taken across four threads and one picked up. As a result, a line is produced. Tepchi is often used to produce the "bel buti" pattern all over the fabric. The Tepchi saree stitch is similar to the 'Jamdani' pattern and is the cheapest and fastest stitch. You can see how our craftsmen employ the Tepchi stitch to produce fascinating chikankari items in a variety of ways, from Chikankari suits, chikankari Sarees to Chikankari pants and Dupattas to beautiful kurta pieces.
It is the most basic type of embroidery, and it's used to produce more complex and complicated patterns. The idea that this work was initially solely done with white thread was one of the most crucial inventions that contributed to altering the way chikankari is made and observed by its audience. However, diverse hues are being employed to produce clothing and embroidery. This needlework may also be found on casual clothing.
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