The Meos of Alwar has again their unique style of embroidering a rich pattern with chain stitch in contrasting colours and the body is roofed with the `phulkar bagh` stich. Dancing figures, Flowers and peacocks are the favorite motifs. The base material is Khaddar, handspun & hand woven and the embroidery is generally done on long skirts locally called Ghagras and mantles or odhanis.
The main stitches used are chain and darning and thread employed is silk floss.the background is worked with darning stitches with golden yellow color and the motifs are worked in either white or black colors by chain stitch .green ,red and purple color are sparsely used.
Uniqueness of Meo embroidery lies in the balanced effect of geometrical forms with circular movements. The swirling effect is produced by using darn stitch along with chain stitch. The embroidery is usually done on dresses, footwear, cloak draped over the oxen.