Suf embroidery is a type of counted thread weaving practised these days around the Kutch district of Gujarat and beyond. It is characterized by a sort of economy stitch worked from the back. The examples are for the most part dependent on a triangle or suf, and are geometric, symmetrical and exceptionally intricate. The coveted motifs of Suf embroidery aren’t ordinarily drawn onto the base fabric; instead, they are developed around a progression of triangles and diamonds. Frequently, little bits of glass or mirror (shisha) are incorporated into the patterns.