Zari Work : Zari Work is an intricate art of weaving threads made of fine gold or silver. These threads are further woven into fabrics, primarily made of silk to create intricate patterns. The designs are so exquisite that apart from the monetary value attached to these threads, the fabric also gets an overall rich & a beautiful look. For long, Zari has been an art associated with the aristocratic and royal persona in India. Zari embroidery is seen on various fabrics like raw silk, dupion silk, net, chanderi, cotton, georgette, organza, velvet and more. Saroj Fabrics has ready collection of pre-embroidered zari work fabrics.

Thread Work : Thread Work is referred to as one of the spectacular kind of Indian embroidered artwork which implemented through a strong and powerful thread. Basically these threads are used to enhance the designs and motifs on the fabric, by innovatively and creatively crafting it with the latest designs. Thread work is also called as “Resham Embroidery”. Thread work fabrics are used to make outfits for all kinds of occasions from casuals to formals.

Mirror Embroidery : Mirror Work has been in vogue for centuries and is popularly known as “Sheesha” or “Abhala Bharat” or “Abla” embroidery. This is an art form in which mirrors of various shapes are fixed on to the fabric through embroidery. In recent times however, mirrors have been replaced by reflective luminescent metal pieces of different shapes and sizes, particularly on apparel. Mirror work embroidered fabrics are used to make all party wear garments to add glam.

Pearl Embroidery (Moti Work) : Pearls / Motis come in various colours, shapes and sizes and are used as embellishments in the form of intricate embroideries. This exquisite craft has been given a contemporary appeal through fashionable sarees, suits, bags, clutches and even shoes. Pearl embroidery looks very delicate and nice. Saroj Fabrics has ready collection of pre-embroidered pearl work fabrics.

Sequins / Sequence Embroidery : A sequin is a disk-shaped bead, they are made from plastic or shiny metal. They are available in a wide variety of colors and geometrical shapes. Sequins may be stitched flat to the fabric to create and enhance a design.

Lucknowi Embroidery : Lucknowi Chikan Embroidery also called as Chikankari is orginated from Lucknow, India. It is one of Lucknow’s best known textile decoration styles. Chikan is a delicate and artfully done hand embroidery. A perfect fabric for sarees, anarkali, salwar kameez and lehenga choli. It can also be used for casual wear to make kurtis, salwar kameez and tunics.

Badla / Mukesh Work : Badla / Mukesh Work is an age-old embroidery where thin strips of metallic wire are inserted into the fabric and then twisted to create metallic embroidery. Kurtis and dupattas, anarkalis and even dresses are made with mukaish badla work.

Appliqué: Applique is a crafting technique in which pieces of material are mounted to another base material. To create appliqué, artists start with a base, which may consist of a solid piece of fabric. Shapes are cut from other textiles and sewn or glued onto the base.

Cutwork : Cutwork is a type of embroidery in which pieces of the foundation fabric are cut away, creating a network of holes and eyelets that are accented by the embroidery pattern. At a glance, the result might look like lace, but it is actually embroidery, because it is worked on a foundation fabric, not from scratch.

Stone Embroidery : Stone Embroidery on dress material is an age old romantic art which uses decorative stitching in a palette of colors to create rich exclusive designs. A stone can be used alone as a centerpiece or as part of a large and varied pattern.