||MATERIALS: Synthetics cloth, beads, cotton threads , tassels, mirrors, rickrack.
CONSTRUCTION: Hand and machine embroidered, square chain, interlaced , cretan, buttonhole, couched, detached chain stitches.
MOTIFS: Limbudi tak, makodiyun, gol tak mokre, ardho goto, and ardho dhabo.
COLOURS : Multicoloured on green and orange.
STYLE REMARKS: Motifs formed from a series of borders and filling area completely were popular during mid 1970's-1980's.
CULTURAL SIGNIFICANCE: This style cap is one traditional to Sindh, from where Rabari of Kutch migrated.
CULTURAL REMARKS: This is the most recent of several styles of children's hats. Typically, it would have silver bells and a gold talisman Stitched into the front edge and a beaded ornamene (chotlo) hanging down the back. The earliest style was pointed, sometimes quilted. Small children used to wear round caps, sometimes also embellished with beads.
Toplo, Boy's hat.
||Clothing For Men
||Ratadia Ta.Bhuj, Kutch, Gujarat , India
||Embroidery : Rabari