The Basic Concepts Of Embroidery

What is Embroidery?

Embroidery is a beautiful work of art. By using a needle and a thread it consists of decorating different materials. Many people interested in embroidery as it is a beautiful work of art. This artwork needs a lot of hard work. Concentrate on your needle is very important here. If you lose concentration then your work will not result in as well as you thought it would.

If you want to learn about embroidery, you will need training. At first, you will face some difficulties but when you get the hang of it there will not any difficulty. You can do it better if you work hard in your training session.

It is important to take it as a hobby for becoming an expert on it. Embroidery is very popular now. People like it very much. There are many different embroidery machines available. So people can do it by a machine. Village peoples cannot afford a machine so they do it by their hand till now. There are five different stitches. They are Outline, Satin, Lazy daisy, Cross Stitch, and French stitch.

The Outline Stitch:

This stitch uses to mark outlines in an embroidery pattern. This is a flexible stitch. This stitch can follow easy curves. This stitch also called a running stitch and chain stitch.

How do you do a running stitch?

At first stitch by poking your threaded needle up through the fabric. Second poke the needle back down through the fabric next to where you came up. Then pull the thread down into your first stitch.

The Satin Stitch:

Satin stitch can fill up a shape. If you will art something like a flower or a cartoon by Satin stitch it will look original. Satin stitch can view original artwork which looks beautiful.

 

How do you do Satin stitch?

At first, take a space on your pattern you want to fill in. Bring your needle up from behind your hoop along the pattern line. At first, take a space on your pattern you want to fill in. From your last exit point re-insert your needle and bring again behind your hoop. This stitch will set beside its previous stitch. Remember next stitch will always start across from the end of the last one. Repeat it again and again.

 

The Lazy daisy Stitch:

Lazy daisy stitch is a sweet stitch perfect for adding a special touch to an embroidery project. When many single chain stitches ( more than 4) are made around a point forming the petals called lazy daisy stitch.

How do you do the lazy daisy stitches?

Lazy daisy stitches are like chain stitch or outline stitch but it can make from a center. You can make little pretty flowers by this stitch.

The cross stitch:

Cross stitch is as like as a cross sign. A cross stitch has two parts. It works in one of two ways. Here is one essential rule. That is all the top stitches should face the same direction to produce the neatest result.

The French stitch:

The French stitch is a decorative stitch made by winding the thread one or more times around the needle. The needle draws back through the material at the point where it came out.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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