Pateh
One of the most beautiful Iranian embroidery is an artistic art that is dedicated to well -known women in Kerman province and has a stunning and eye -catching beauty. The yarns are woolen and these yarns are delicate and colorful and are usually used in irregular, black, green, yellow, orange, red and white blue, using various designs, including a variety of beetles or geometric designs. [1]
Embroidery use
* tablecloth
* Purgatory
* Cover of the Quran
* Prayer mat
* Curtain
* Cushion
* Under the glass
* Pette board
* Sugar
* Chocolate
One of the oldest samples of embroidery is a sample that is a coating on the tomb of King Nematollah Vali in Mahan Kerman, which is one of the most beautiful and elegant examples of embroidery. The cream is colored and with wool yarns, there are various stitches. [2]

Embroidered history
Unfortunately, there is no exact date on the emergence of this beautiful art because it has been vulnerable to atmospheric factors, but it has been mentioned in the letter of Safavid Safavid in Kerman, which has had various applications. In various art books, the oldest example of the world is considered to be the year 6 AH. The use of colored silk yarns is made of cream wool and belongs to the 5th century AH. Another example of historically on the grave of King Nematollah Vali, is the embroidery and embroidery of Farajullah Kermani, and its history refers to the year 6 AH. [1]
Embroidery motifs
In the embroidery of this elegant and elegant embroidery, ancient Iranian land roles and designs include a beetle or tree of life.

How to prepare Pateh
To prepare a piece of embroidery, they first cut the wide size and then the designer is designer, and the way the petty pate is not going to go to the surgeon, and the sellers of the pete raw materials are usually wide and designed in the designed. They have the power to sell to the cats.
At the design stage, the design is first drawn on the colc paper, and then the design line is propelled with the needle and then matched over the desired width and pour over it in plaster or charcoal soil, calling it a female (for Dark fabrics are used for gypsum and coal for light fabrics) then the specified points are specified with the pen and ink on the fabric. After the design, the selection of yarn and color is the color. The bright colors have been embroidered in recent years and the original colors are often dark.
Since pete designs are neither crowded nor geometrically light colors do not give the product much gravity, and the darkness of the colors makes the motifs more rational and acceptable.
After selecting and preparing the thread, the dose first needles the main line.
This step because the motifs are sewn linearly. It is famous for the embroidery. Then inside the motifs and the text is filled with a particular needle style; This part is called embroidered or embroidered text. The third stage, which is one of the most important stages of pate, is the embroidered leaf and shading the flowers and roles. Embroidered leaves are usually done around the margin and zigzag, also called embroidery (squeaky in the local language means germ).
After finishing the sewing, washed the Pete and is ready to sale with the help of a special device called rolling.
One of the most famous pectures is the tomb of King Nematollah Vali in Mahan Kerman, one of the most prolific pitches produced in Iran and has passed for more than a century.
The most famous pattie motifs are a patte design or tree of life used in numerous names in Pate, such as Pate Miri, Pate Cashmere, Pateh Pate, Almond Pate, Pate Sarbandi, Pate Afshari, Pate Kurdistan, and so on. Other designs include petroleum, bergamot, cervical, animal motifs, especially birds and bergamot.