Embroidery

  • Afghan immigrants do business in Zahedan market

    Afghan immigrants do business in Zahedan market

    ZAHEDAN, Jul. 23 (MNA) – Razzaghzadeh Market of Zahedan is one of the oldest, most crowded, colorful and attractive markets in this southern city, in which, Baluchi embroidery and needlework products as well as various colorful fabrics are sold in this market. A major part of this market is run by Afghan immigrants who live in this city due to the tough and insecure condition of their country.

  • Embroidery female artists of Jask

    By: Alieh Saadatpour

    Embroidery female artists of Jask

    JASK, Jan. 26 (MNA) – Women in the city of Jask, in Hormozgan province situated on the Sea of Oman, are quite skillful in the art of embroidery, which is a traditional craft of decorating fabric or other materials using a needle to apply thread or yarn.

  • Unique art of needlework

    By: Mehran Asli

    Unique art of needlework

    ZAHEDAN, Dec. 25 (MNA) – Needlework or embroidery, the handicrafts of decorative sewing and textile arts, is one of many exquisite Persian arts prospered in Sistan and Baluchestan province.

  • Hazara women needlework

    By: Jafar Rahimi

    Hazara women needlework

    KABUL, Dec. 08 (MNA) – A delicate handicraft of women of Hazara, a Shia minority in Afghanistan is needlework, known locally as ‘khamak;’ a sort of embroidery. Khamak is an art of tailoring beautifully-colored designs into the cloth. The highly-admirable art now is the territory of girls of different ages.