The Secret Way to Embroider for Cool Results. Embroidered is a technique to make handicrafts on fabrics with drawings or patterns with the purpose of decorating fabrics become more attractive. A bit different from sewing, embroidering requiring special technique techniques to make embroidery results look good. Embroidering actually can use a sewing machine or anything like that, but it would be great if we make it by hand.
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. To find out what tools are needed to embroider, you can read the following article:
10 tools to embroider for maximum results.
Way to embroider ornamental technique
As I’ve said earlier, embroidered the need for special techniques to make the results better. This technique is a decorative skewer technique. Named skewers because this technique uses the way to embroider by piercing with the purpose of decorating. This technique can not only be used to embroider, you can also use this technique for crafts related to decorate using other skewers. Okay right away this is a secret way to embroider for good results:
This technique is a simple embroidered way that the person in embroidering is often used. This technique is used also in sewing to connect 2 or more fabrics. This technique can be done by probing the needle into the cloth several times with a certain distance. The resulting shape of the barley skewer is the dashed line.
2) Puncture Tikam traces
This one of way to embroider that produces such a line that does not break up from the top. This technique you can use if you make decorations with a straight line shape that does not break. The skewer technique of trace is embroidered by inserting a needle down the cloth and then pulled up and crushed downward again to the starting position.
3) Puncture Feston
How to use the Feston skewer technique is more complicated than the previous 2 skewers. This Feston skewer is made by pining the needle in two directions, vertical and horizontal to form like a fence. The Feston skewers are usually used to sew the edges of fabrics or materials with the purpose of decorating. In addition, this skewer can also be used to combine 2 sides of the cloth with the aim of creating 3 dimensional objects. In addition to embroidering, this technique is also used in other crafts such as flannel crafts. The goal is to combine two materials by stitch them in the edges of the material.
4) Cross Stitch
As the name suggests cross-skewers are used by crossing threads forming x letters. The use of this technique is commonly used by embroidered by the embroidery, which makes it embroidered for clothing decoration, home furnishings or wall hangings. For the pattern itself you can see in the cross-stitch patterns/motifs or you can also customize your own. How to make this crosspost is to make a skewer from the top left and then puncture with a slope towards the bottom right. Then enter it again from the bottom left-hand side so that it forms a slash. Repeat the step by flipping its direction, forming an x letter.
5) Puncture Rod
The fifth way to embroider is stem skewers. This skewer is made by stitch it with a step backwards. The evil one, the retreating is not the man, Heheh ^_^. You can make a puncture of this rod by making a skewed skewer.
That is the skewer that way to stitch it with a step backwards and associate the half of the puncture size each one each other. This skewer can also be used for decoration.
6) Flat skewers
Flatbed skewers are a way to embroider by flattening the needle into the cloth with straight shape and made in a stacked like in the picture. The way of embroidering with a flat skewer is often used by craftsmen to make shapes. The betuk that is often made using a flat skewer is the form of leaves, flowers, hearts, and so on.
7) Puncture Chain
From here starts a little tricky NIH. Skewers chain is one way of embroidering that form like a chain. The trick is to insert a needle from the bottom up and then form a circle and be inserted into the place where the yarn is looped on the needle. This is repeated and connecting to form like a chain of skewers is used also to make decorations that have a strong impression.
8) Skewer Flannel
A skewer of flannel is a skewer used to sew Kelim on the fringe of clothes or pants. The goal is to unite two materials to blend strongly and not easily loose. A skewer of flannel will produce as 2 shapes cross above and below. But on the outside the look is just flat puncture only. How to make flannel puncture by piercing back then down to the bottom. Then the needling to the right then rewind again, skewer upwards and so on. Continue to reach the edges.
9) Puncture Roller upright
Just like flannel puncture, this upright skewer is also used to combine 2 ingredients. The shape looks like only an upright line lined up but looks skewed. How to use upright roller skewers is quite easy. Just insert the needle into the cloth and remove it in the upper left or bottom right. Do it continuously until it forms like a lined, upright line.
That’s 9 skewers that you can use to make a cool embroidery. This technique can not be mastered by just seeing and reading it. You have to practice directly the techniques above. But come back again for the results, depending on your creativity. Even though you master many techniques but you’re not creative, it’s a lie ^_^.
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