The sadu bharat stitch is recognised by long satin stitch and running stitch covering the entire fabric surface. It is done with staple bright colours. Like the ahir embroidery, this stitch comprises making use of mirrors to get a glimmering effect. The threads used for stitch contrast the base fabric. The ‘bavaliyo’ stitch, created by twinning the threads and filling it on the surface without piercing the needle on the reverse side of the fabric is extensively used in Sadu Bharat embroidery. A range of products including garments, interior decors, etc is produced using this stitch from Gujarat.