GiTAGGED® Pipli Applique Work Pure Cotton Bedsheet – Pink (8.8*6.8) feet

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Pipli Applique Work

Applique – the traditional patchwork of Orissa, in which, artisans deftly stitch traditional motifs such as elephant, peacock, flowers as well as modern motifs patchworks on brilliant colored clothes and mirror pieces.

Product Details

Material Pure Cotton
Process Applique
Dimension L – 8.8 Ft, W – 6.8 Ft
Weight 1165 gms
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Pipli Applique Work Pure Cotton Bedsheet – Pink


Additional information

Period of Origin

12th Century

Country of Origin


Geographical Region

Pipli, Orissa

GI Application No.


GI Status Awarded


GI Product of India


Method of Production

Basically, applique craft is a decorative technique of attaching pieces of one or different types of fabric onto the base fabric by embroidery or stitching. The process in the applique craft is a very labour intensive.

Flat designs are first cut from cloth and then superposed on the base cloth in a predetermined layout and sequence. The edges of the motifs are turned in and skillfully stitched onto the base cloth or stitched by embroidery or without turning as necessary.

Below are the steps involved in the production of Pipli Art:

Step 1: Designing

– The designers put the design on sheets of paper with proper sketches and colors and trace it on the desired fabric.

Step 2: Cutting

– The cutters cut the base pieces, motifs, the kanguras, hatti and patches.

Step 3: Stitching

– The base is stitched with the help of sewing machines. After that the decoration is stitched by hand.

Step 4: Finishing

– The fittings of chains, fixing of card boards, mounting of alatas & umbrellas on frames.

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