A diverse range of embellishments have been featured in this section. The highlight is sequins, glittering sub-embellishments that are designed to add a world of glamour to any Indian suit or saree blouse. The base fabrics comprise of velvets and tulles as much as the more down-to-earth cottons and silks, designed to adorn hemlines, necklines, and the edges of sleeves. Fashioned into characteristic motifs to complement ethnic dresses, you could find in this collection paisleys, pooja pots, florals and tendrils, the works. Fine-quality sequins grace these motifs, from simple glittering discs to the more gorgeous faux pearls and crystals. Some of these embellishments come in pairs to be sewn symmetrically on to a dress, while some of these are single patches designed to add some drama to your ensemble. The foundation panels are in solid pastels to bring out the beauty of the sequins, even though some have been superimposed on equally shiny metallics in order to amp up the traditional glam.
Q1. What are the types of sequins?
Sequin varieties include the
Cups are circular objects that have a
faceted surface and a bowl-like form, both of which aid in reflecting light;
there is a hole in the middle of the cup. They are round in form but have a
flat surface, and there is a hole in the center of each one.
Paillets are a type of sequin that is
round, big, and flat. They feature a hole on one edge that allows them to
dangle freely. Flowers, stars, snowflakes, hexagons, and other seasonal forms,
among other shapes, are shaped in a variety of materials and sizes.
Spangles are a type of sequin that has
the hole positioned at the top, giving them the ability to dangle and create a
Q2. What is sequin work?
A piece missing from a sparkling
ornamental disc made from plastic or metal foil and decorated with several
colors. These are typically stitched into the fabric or used to adorn high-end
garments such as wedding and evening apparel in order to boost both the value
and presentation of the item. Evening gowns and dresses used for formal events
are two examples of this kind of clothing. Sequins, in all of their myriad
varieties, may also be incorporated into curtains, upholstered furniture, and
other types of home furnishings; cushions, pillows; bedspreads;
tablecloths; and so on.
Q3. What material is a sequin made
Sequin fabric is a term for
fabric that is covered from top to bottom with sequins, which are small shapes
made of plastic or metal. The word "sequin" refers to all of these
different kinds of sequins. The size, shape, and color of these sequins can be
very different from one another. Most of the time, these decorations are sewn
onto tulle or chiffon, which are both types of fabric that can have sequins
added to them. Most of the time, though, they are stitched onto organza.
Sequins can be bought in many different shapes, such as ovals, squares,
polygons, and other shapes with similar shapes.
Q4. What fabric goes with sequins?
Due to the fact that this is the
most common technique, sequins are almost always stitched onto woven textiles
in the form of a random pattern. Fabrics such as satin and taffeta are examples
of those that fit into this type of textiles. This tactic is implemented in a
sizable fraction of the diverse situations that may be chosen from. When it
comes to the amount of comfort that is supplied by the seam, the fact that a
lining is often required for this kind of fabric when it is used
for clothing makes the subject a lot less relevant. This is because a lining
prevents the seam from chafing against the wearer's skin.
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