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    Default How to tie kucchu - mundani threads for Silk Sarees?

    Dear All,

    I am wonderstruck with the designs shared by Yashikushi. Great!

    Can anybody help me in giving the designs for tieing the kucchu (Mundani threads) for Silk sarees please.

    Thanks,
    Bhuvana


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    Default Re: How to tie kucchu - mundani threads for Silk Sarees?

    Hello Bhuvana,

    If you are still looking for tips as to how to tie knots on silk threads at the end of the pallu in silk sarees.. please follow the below steps.
    1. Using a needle ir safety pin, pull out horizontal threads in the pallu.. to have lose threads hanging from the tread for atleast 1.5 to 2 inches (ur preference).
    2. Take a bowl of water and keep it aside.
    3. Make the pallu lie flat. (like pallu at the edge of bed or table etc... laid out like ready to iron)
    3. Wet your fingers
    4. Starting from one corner, hold threads hanging from around an inch wide area, twist/ role with wet fingers so they hold together, and make a knot.
    5. Repeat the same till the next end.

    It is a simple procedure. Just needs some patience. Good luck

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    Default Re: How to tie kucchu - mundani threads for Silk Sarees?

    Thanks for the info..


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    Default Re: How to tie kucchu - mundani threads for Silk Sarees?

    I got a silk saree and the tassel thread were very short that I couldn't tie the knot. So, I got some crimp covers(3MM) and crimp plier from craft store. Instead of tying the knot, I placed the crimp cover and plied it. It gave a nice and rich bead like finish.


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    Default Re: How to tie kucchu - mundani threads for Silk Sarees?

    can you please post a picture of what you have done and how to do it?




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    please post a picture of what you have done and how to do it?


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