Jardosi work is a type of needlework that involves stitching thread or metal onto fabric. It is often used to decorate clothing, particularly sarees and lehengas. Jardosi work can be done by hand or machine, and it comes in a variety of colors and designs. Jardosi work is usually done on cotton or silk fabric, and the threads used can be made of cotton, silk, or metal. The most common designs are floral, paisley, and geometric. Jardosi work can be done in a single color or in multiple colors.
Jardosi work is typically done on the front of a garment, but it can also be used to decorate the back or sides. It can be used to create patterns, borders, or other designs. Jardosi work is often used in conjunction with other needlework techniques, such as embroidery, to create more complex designs.