Maintenance and washing of Pateh
Maintenance and washing of Pateh: Pateh should be washed after sewing for the following reasons:
Cleaning the inks by which the Pateh design is printed.
Reduces the smell of Pateh wool. Does not attract insects that cause damage to the Pateh.
How to wash Pateh
Maintenance and washing of Pateh: To wash Pateh , first dissolve a small amount of laundry detergent or grated laundry soap or dishwashing liquid without enzyme in a cold water container.
Then put the Pateh in a ...
(Gypsum powder is used for dark fabrics and charcoal powder is used for light fabrics)
Then the marked points are connected with a special pen on the fabric to determine the general design.
Of course, today designs are printed on Pateh shawls using methods such as stamps and stencils.
After design, the choice of yarn and color is important, light colors have become embroidered in recent years, and the original colors are often dark. Because Pateh designs are neither crowded nor geometric, light colors ...
Kerman Pate : Pate is one of the traditional arts, which is specific to Kerman.
Kermanian women use colorful threads on a wide piece of cloth,
which they call “Ariz (meaning “wide” in Persian)” to make this scarf which is then decorated withvery beautiful designs, and exhilarate any person loving arts
Tree, aigrette, pine, peacock, cypress, and armband are major patterns which are used to weave patehs.
Pateh is woven in various types and sizes, including a size suitable to be used by brides ...
Pate (Persian: پته , IPA: pæte ; also Romanized as pateh) is an Iranian traditional needlework folk art.
It originated in and is largely associated with Kerman province, where it is produced by women.
A wide piece of wool fabric (ariz) is needleworked with colored thread.
Pate needlework is done in silk and with flourishes of paisley patterns.
Popular designs include the cypress tree and the sun, both of which are traditional pre-Islamic Persian symbols
Pate originated and developed in Kerman province.
Although its exact origin ...