At present, there are these effects on embroidery on th […]
At present, there are these effects on embroidery on the market:
Flat embroidery is the most widely used embroidery in embroidery. As long as it can be embroidered, it can be used for embroidery.
2. Three-dimensional embroidery
Three-dimensional embroidery (3D) is a three-dimensional pattern formed by embroidering EVA plastic tape inside the embroidery thread, which can be produced on ordinary flat embroidery.
3. Hollow three-dimensional embroidery
Hollow three-dimensional embroidery can be produced on ordinary flat embroidery. It is embroidered by using styrofoam-like three-dimensional embroidery. After the embroidery is completed, the styrofoam is washed with a dry cleaning machine to form an intermediate hollow.
Appliqué embroidery uses the patch instead of the stitch to save the embroidery thread and make the pattern more vivid. The ordinary flat embroidery machine can be produced.
5. Thick thread embroidery
The thick thread embroidery uses the thicker sewing thread as the embroidery thread. It can be used with the large hole needle or the large needle, the thick thread hook and the needle board to complete the embroidery. The ordinary flat embroidery machine can be produced.
6. Carved hole embroidery
The carved hole embroidery can be produced on an ordinary flat embroidery machine. The cloth is pierced with a hole punching knife, and then the embroidery thread is used to wrap the edges to form a hole.
7. Flat gold thread embroidery
The flat gold wire can be used for production on a general flat embroidery machine.
8. Sequin embroidery
Specimens of the same size and size are connected in series to form a rope-like material, and then embroidered on a flat embroidery machine to which a sequin embroidery device has been attached.
9. Flocking embroidery
Flocking embroidery can be produced on ordinary flat embroidery machines, but flocking needles need to be installed. The principle of embroidery is to use the hooks on the flocking needles to hook up the flannel on the flannel to plant on another fabric.
10. Toothbrush embroidery
Toothbrush embroidery is also called vertical thread embroidery. It can be produced on ordinary flat embroidery machine. The embroidery method is the same as the three-dimensional embroidery. However, after the embroidery is finished, the film must be cut off and the film is completely removed. The embroidery thread is naturally erected.
11. Wrinkle embroidery
Wrinkle embroidery can be produced on ordinary flat embroidery machine, but it needs to match the shrinking underlay and water-soluble bottom thread. After the embroidery is finished, the shrinking underlay is used to shrink the fabric and shrink the fabric. When the water-soluble bottom thread is dissolved by the blisters, the underlay can be The fabric is separated, but it should be noted that the effect of using the chemical fiber and thin material on the fabric is obvious.
12. Finished hat embroidery
The finished cap embroidery needs to be produced on the multi-function embroidery machine with the cap frame. It is an embroidering method that takes the cap into the finished product and then gets the embroidery on the machine.
13. Garment embroidery
The garment embroidery must be combined with a synthetic frame on the tubular machine to produce it. It is an embroidery method that takes the finished clothes and then gets them on the machine.
14. Socks embroidery
Socks can be produced in ordinary flat embroidery machines but only with socks.
15. Chain embroidery + towel embroidery
The very popular embroidery method in European and American clothing, the effect is like a terry cloth, the touch is soft, and the color changes.