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Embroidered Paintings


Problem Statement:

People use paintings and other items that create the environment in their living areas. painting done with cloth using special embroidery techniques like crochet have been in use for centuries. Combining art and embroidery to create products for a global markets can open new avenues for customized products in the export market. Understanding of global tastes and country specific designs, needs and trends and then creating new product designs and also putting them into production will create a massive opportunity. .


Type:

Awareness.


Description:

The idea is to create a course that trains in the art of embroidery for paintings for home decoration with CAD design and embroidery machinery, and also brings fashion correspondents from various countries that are big importers and use the current design and market requirements to create painting designs and products that get acceptance in those markets. Creation of unique artwork for this purpose with the right choice of threads can provide sophistication. There will be emphasis on creating designs that have a more global appeal. The program will highlight products that can be made in Pakistan and generate ideas for women to get into markets that are off bound now. The project is to create this program in a persuasive format..


People Impact:

It can affect 50% of the population by training them in one skill in a short time and empower them to use their time effectively for income augmentation..


Financial Impact:

Empowering a full section of society will create a huge financial growth in one sector..


Domestic Jobs:

30000.


Foreign Jobs:

30000.


Domestic Market in Rs:

3000000000.


Export Market in Rs:

3000000000.



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