If you love creating stylish, one of a kind pieces of clothing, that no one else will have and love wearing kurtis, simply continue reading to discover a few ways to embroider your kurtis, to make sure that they’re unique and will turn heads!
Machine embroidery designs kurtis:
1. Gold flowers
If you’re looking to decorate a kurti which boasts a dark hue and are interested in creating a kurti which will be dressy enough to wear to smart casual events, you simply can’t go wrong opting to machine embroider elegant gold flowers onto your kurti.
If in doubt, why not try machine embroidering a classic black kurti with decorative golf flowers, that cover the vast majority of your black kurti. Other color kurtis which would look lovely adorned with gold flowers include navy kurtis and red kurtis. Although gold flowers would look just as stunning on a white, summer-friendly kurti!
2. Symmetrical floral designs
Alternatively, you may be interested in machine embroidering symmetrical floral designs on both the left and right side of the chest area of your kurti. To create a classic kurti design, which is sure to attract endless compliments from your friends and family members.
To make sure that your machine embroidered designs stand out, don’t embroider all your flowers using the same color thread. Instead choose 2-3 different colors, so that each different shape flower which you choose in embroidered in a different color.
If you’re sick of flower emblazoned kurtis, why not opt to machine embroider simple decorative leaves on your kurti? You can even opt to machine embroider gold leaves onto your kurti, if you liked the idea of embroidering gold flowers onto your kurti but prefer the idea of embroidering leaves onto your kurti, to ensure that your kurti is unique and of a kind!
For a unique design why not use a sewing machine in order to embroider the skirt half of your kurti with stylish vertical stripes? If you’re the type of individual who never wants to be caught wearing a kurti which looks like one of your friend’s kurti, it’s well worth testing out this fun kurti design idea.
5. Geometric design
Another idea which you might be interested in, is using geometric designs in order to decorate your plain kurti. This is a particularly great idea if you’re looking for a non-floral design for your kurti. Examples of geometric patterns which you may want to consider machine embroidering onto your kurti include diamonds, stars and hearts.
Or you can choose to go all out and to alternate two different geometric designs to create a pattern for your kurti.
6. Paisley design
For a bohemian style, you can also try to machine embroider a paisley design onto your kurti. Just beware that this particular design may take a little practice to perfect, so you may want to test it out on a spare scrap of fabric.
So if you want to machine embroider a unique, beautiful kurti either for yourself or for someone special, it’s well worth opting to test out one of the 6 designs listed above.