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Appliqué work refers to the technique by which patterns are created through the attaching of small patterns or design patches onto a larger base fabric mostly of contrasting colour or texture. The attaching could be by way of stitching, or gluing the patch on the larger fabric. The edges of the patch may have the ends folded under or left as they are. The attaching is done by straight stitch, satin stich or reverse Appliqué. During the Mughal period, the art of appliqué became a royal medium of fashioning elegant and delicate textile products. Muslin fabrics had fine architectural jal patterns to create a wonderful designer fabric, a fine example of appliqué technique.