Embroidery has been a hand stitch that has come down generations and has an international audience. It makes a simple cloth gorgeous when complete with embroidery.
If you are new to this term of pattern then embroidery could be defined as needlework and stitches in different forms that bring out designs like flowers, landscapes, animals, people or whatever you need.
There are different kinds of embroidery designs like running stitch, long-stitch and cross-stitch that are taught at school levels. If they interest you then you get on the higher levels like back stitch, whipped back stitch, blanket stitch, chain stitch, satin stitch, lazy daisy, bullion stitch, fly stitch and the extended version of it.
If you use any of these stitches on the cloth to complete a design it forms a pattern that stands out from the rest. As a beginner there are plenty of ready formats available in the market. The design and colours to use on them are already mentioned. All you have to do is make the stitch suggested. For instance, if it is a bird then the wings will be in long stitch, the eye a cross-stitch and so on.
Embroideries required in wholesale are done on machines that are controlled by computers. This is done for logos on names and uniforms that need embroidery on them as required by clubs, teams, enforcement agencies and manufacturers. It also enjoys an international market for bridal wear and for wedding ensembles. The demand for embroidery on lace is as evergreen as it was from the time discovered. As it exemplifies the designs and makes any garment look eclectic.
The cost for embroidery depends upon the size of embroidery done on the designs, quantity, colours used and the material done upon. There are large markets in Europe and Asia that demand embroidery patterns making it a design always in vogue no matter what the fashion is.
Onsite embroidery design resources, articles :
Directory of free embroidery design pattern sites, embroidery links (External links)
embroidables – inspiring embroidery designs from well known artists. All embroidery designs are available through secure order processing for instant download. Includes section on Free Machine Embroidery Designs.
craftsitedirectory.com/embroidery/ – Collection of Embroidery resources.
Learn embroidery – Offers fee Embroidery Tips in the following subjects Embroidery Frames, Transferring a Design, Keeping the Embroidery Clean ,Washing the Embroidery, Embroidery Time & more
Feel free to suggest us good sites for embroidery patterns
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