10 Tools to Embroider for Maximum Results

10 tools to embroider for maximum results. Embroidered is a technique to make handicrafts on fabrics with drawings or patterns with the purpose of decorating fabrics become more attractive. Embroidered actually can use the machine, but usually the result will not be the same as using the hand. For better results, natural and according to what we want, you can embroider manually using the following tools:

10 Tools for embroidering

As with sewing, the basic tools we need to embroider are needles and threads. It is the main tool that must exist when we want to embroider. For better results embroidered using the hand requires a tool called a landscape or Widangan. This tool is 2 circle shaped objects that have different sizes. The function of the landscape or Widangan is to clamp and tighten the cloth to be embroidery. The aim is that the fabric is not tangled when we embroider and the results of our embroidery are neat and not wrinkle. In addition to the three tools, you can also use several other tools for maximum results. Here are 10 tools to embroider:

1) Needle

Embroidered requires proper needle. A needle that is special for embroidering. Moreover, to embroider the Ribbon, you are full of large needles. The needle tips used for the embroidery are not only pointed and sharp, there are also needles that are blunt ends. The blunt end of the needle is usually used to embroider with the “Spider Web Rose” technique so that the needle is not stuck in the ribbon. If you want to embroider for the others, you can use the other needles.

2) Yarn

Yarn is a very important tool in the process of embroidering you. Maybe it could be categorized as material anyway. Just like the needle, yarn also can not carelessly in selecting it. Yarn used to embroider must be adjusted by cloth or shulammite material for the result as desired. Many types of yarn are sold in the market. There are brands DMC, Blue Moon, Rose and many more. Until now, the type of DMC yarn is the most used to embroider because DMC yarn is stronger, thicker and gloss when compared with other brand threads. But that doesn’t mean you have to use the DMC threads to embroider. You can also use other supporting threads for your embroidering process. Make sure the yarn you choose is a strong thread and has good quality so it is not easily tangled.

3) The Widangan

Widangan includes the most identical tools with embroidered. Almost all the embroidery uses the Widangan so they can embroider well. For better results embroidered using the hand requires a tool called a landscape or Widangan. This tool is 2 circle shaped objects that have different sizes. The function of the landscape or Widangan is to clamp and tighten the cloth to be embroidery. The aim is that the fabric is not tangled when we embroider and the results of our embroidery are neat and not wrinkle.

4) Scissors

Scissors, of course you need scissors if you want to embroider well. You can use scissors to trim the cloth and yarn you wear to embroider. This type of scissors is also various. I recommend you use cloth scissors. Easier to use on fabrics and threads.

5) Rader and carbon sewing

If you want to make a pattern on your cloth, you are obliged to use these two objects. Rader and carbon sewing are tools for complementary and inseparable embroidery. For those of you who do not know, Rader is a tool like a pen but jagged, which serves to draw patterns on fabrics or materials. While carbon sewing serves as a base for the Rader to provide color or trace in the cloth or materials used for embroidering. The lines made using Rader and carbon sewing are enabled as markers to see which patterns or shapes we are going to be embroised. Although it can help you in embroidering, just don’t leave too many traces of rader.

6) Measuring Tape

Tape measure is one of the essential tools you want to embroider. This measuring instrument is used to measure the shape, size and position more accurately. If you want to make embroidery with a detailed size, you need a tape measure to determine the size. You can use a measuring tape that is usually used for sewing.

7) Thimble

Thimble or commonly called thimbles is a small object that can protect our hands from needle puncture. Thimble can also be used as a tool to push needles if needles are difficult to enter. Thimble is in the form of a small cup, but there is also that of the cloth. Usually the craftsmen use Thimble made from fabrics. The reason being easy to make, not too loud and comfortable to use.

8) Unpicker

Unpicker is a tool for embroidering which should be there if you are a beginner. This tool is used to open or unload stitches or embroidery that is incorrect or less precise. For those of you who are often wrong in making embroidery, this tool is really useful. This unpicker is available in several forms with plastic or metal material.

9) Yarn Installers

Yarn Installer is one of the tools for embroidering the function to make it easier to insert yarn into needles. So far there are some embroidery craftsmen who find it difficult to incorporate yarn into small needles. Especially for those who are aged and have limited vision. This Yarn installer tool is very helpful because of its easy use.

10) Lime Sewing

The last tool to embroider is lime sewing. This lime is a special lime for sewing. Almost all the sewing worker got and used this. Its function is as a marker for a certain boundary limit. Suppose the limits for cutting, giving patterns, and so on.

That is 10 tools to embroider that you can prepare so that you can embroider with maximum. You don’t have to buy everything to embroider. You can borrow to your friends or your own relatives. If you are new to the world of embroidery, you can take a seminar or embroidered workshop in your place.

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