(Traditional Embroidery (Rou-doozi

The art which is called Rou-Doozi or Rou-Kari, in which different designs are embroidered onto fabrics are simple and cheap designs simple, which consists of sewing thread onto fabrics or cloth. The raw material of traditional embroidery (Rou-Doozi) includes, yarn and fabric with different qualities such as Silk, Cotton, Wool, metal, or decorative pieces which include a variety of precious and semiprecious stones, decorative pearls, small mirrors, lace, decorative coins, etc,.

The major tools used in traditional embroidery (Rou-Doozi) are, different kinds and sizes of needles, crochet hooks, thimble, scissors and an embroidery workshop.
The traditional fusion of embroidery (Rou-Doozi) in Southern Khorasan includes, sewing Filigree (Malileh), Sormeh, Cocoon(Pileh), Sequins (Poulak), Money (Sekeh) (Ashrafi Doozi), Sewing of stones onto cloth (Morasa), Glass beads (Menjogh), Mirror, Braid (Gheytan), Yaragh and Darvish, Silk (Khameh Doozi), Sew cotton and layers (Ajideh), Cheshmeh Doozi, Sokmeh Doozi, Shabakeh Doozi, Naghdeh Doozi, Dah yek Doozi, Zartoshti Doozi, Crochet and Patchwork, done by hand are the other traditional embroidery works of the county which is produced in the whole of the townships especially in Birjand, Ghaenat, Nehbandan and Darmiyan. The use of traditional embroidery can be the decoration on the traditional dress front, chest, collar and cuffs), table cloths, sugar holder bowls, tray covers, cover of the Holy Quran, Sarog and needles, curtains, prayer rugs, cushions, baby clothes (sar-band, band-ghondagh) hats, bridal dress and for shelf coverings.

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