Pete production stages

Pete production stages

Pete production stages

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Pete production stages

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Pete production stages

Pete production stages: To prepare a piece of Pate, we first cut a wide fabric (Shawl) to the required dimensions.

The cut Pateh is then handed over to the designer. In the design stage, first the design is drawn on Calk paper and then the design lines are perforated in proportion to the needle and then they are matched on the desired width and gypsum powder or charcoal powder is poured on it.


(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 do not give much appeal to the product, and the dark colors make the connection of the patterns more logical and acceptable.

After selecting and preparing the sewing thread, the main line positions are first stitched. This stage is known as “Saghduzi” because the patterns are sewn linearly. Depending on the color of the shawl, the color chosen for line stitch is different.


Pete production stages

White shawl is usually stitched in yellow, red and orange shawls are stitched in black, green and blue fabrics are stitched in yellow.

Then, inside the motifs and the main text of Pateh is stitched and filled with a special style, which is called “Abduzi” or text embroidery, which includes sewing long and square Pataks.

The last step of Pateh sewing is one of the most important steps. The stage involves leaves and shadow embroidery with thread around the flowers and patterns.

Leaf embroidery is usually done around the designs, Pateh margins in a zigzag pattern.

After sewing, Pateh is washed and ironed in appropriate direction and is ready.


Source: مراحل تولید پته و آموزش پته دوزی

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