1. Embroidery is commonly known as "embroidery". It is […]
1. Embroidery is commonly known as "embroidery". It is a technique of organizing embroidery threads into various patterns and colors through needles and needles on the finished fabric.
2. Color embroidery generally refers to the embroidery technique that uses a variety of colored embroidery threads to control patterns. It has the characteristics of embroidering plain clothes, rich stitches, fine stitches, and bright colors. It is widely used in clothing accessories. Color embroidery is also very rich in color changes. It uses thread to substitute, and through the overlap, juxtaposition, and interlacing of various colored embroidery threads, it produces gorgeous color effects. In particular, the use of trocar stitches to express the subtle changes in pattern colors is the most distinctive. The color depths blend together and have the rendering effect of Chinese painting.
3. The main feature of bag-stem embroidery is to use thicker thread as the base or cotton as the base to swell the pattern, and then embroider with embroidery thread, generally using the flat stitch method. The pattern of Baojing embroidery is beautiful and elegant, rich in three-dimensional sense, and strong decoration. It is also called high embroidery, and it is called convex embroidery in Suzhou embroidery. Paojing embroidery is suitable for embroidering small patterns and narrow-petaled flowers, such as chrysanthemums and plum blossoms. It is generally embroidered with monochromatic threads.
4. Cut embroidery, also known as Loukong embroidery, is an embroidery method with a certain degree of difficulty and unique effects. Its biggest feature is that in the embroidering process, holes are trimmed according to the pattern needs, and a variety of pattern combinations are embroidered in the cut holes in different ways, so that the embroidery surface has both free and easy field flowers and lingering The beautiful floor space flowers in the play, contrast with reality and reality, full of fun. The embroidery is elegant and delicate.
5. Appliqué embroidery is also called patch embroidery, which is a form of embroidery in which other fabrics are cut and stitched on clothing. The sticking embroidery in Chinese Su embroidery also belongs to this category. The embroidering method is to cut the applique cloth according to the pattern requirements and stick it on the embroidery surface. You can also put cotton and other things between the applique cloth and the embroidery surface to make the pattern swell and have a three-dimensional effect. After being pasted, use various stitches to lock the edges. The appliqué embroidery method is simple, the pattern is mainly block surface, and the style is unique and generous.
6. Stitching embroidery, also known as pan-stem embroidery or thread-applied embroidery, is an embroidery method in which various ribbons and threads are stitched into clothing or textiles according to a certain pattern. There are two commonly used methods of stitching: naked nails and dark nails. The stitches of the former are exposed on the thread stems, and the latter are hidden in the thread stems. Nail thread embroidery is simple, has a long history, and its decorative style is elegant and generous. In recent years, it has been widely used in kimono.