Kashmiri hand embroidery continues to be one of the most unique forms of art with an exquisite needle and thread work. This Kashmiri stole is stitched specifically for winters in a pirate black shade with the base of pure wool to give warmth. The attractive feature is the neat and clean use of multicolored threads to create flower patterns all over.
Use of these thick threads to create wide designs is one of the oldest forms of embroidery known by the name, Kashida Embroidery. Bottom of the stole is also designed by giving it a horizontal mesh look. An additional feature of this piece is that it can be clubbed with any color of sari, suit or even draped along with western attires and give an astonishing look.
Its richness lies in the accurate interplay of various threads that form meaningful patterns covering the stole all over with a border of long paisleys and motifs of flowers ruling it. This work of art is done in a manner that it stays true to the beauty of the paradise state.