Crewel is hand embroidery with an awl, also called an ari (a small pointed hook for making holes), and is worked from underneath the fabric rather than above The craft of crewel embroidery was introduced 400 years ago by Central Asian invaders into the stunning Himalayan Vale of Kashmir by families of skilled artisans who have inherited their skills from generation to generation
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