Brief introduction the The stitch of embroidery lace fabric
Sometimes it is difficult to distinguish a number of different embroidery stitches through the eyes. The following are the designs embroidered on the plane, magnified, and all the needles. All needles are embroidered in one area, but if they are embroidered for a computer, it must contain the number of needles required.
When the design of the same pattern is made with different needles, the design of embroidery will become more interesting. These needles can be large and small, and several kinds of stitches can be combined together. These needles only show one action, and all the second movements and even all the movements of the embroidery are assumed. Similarly, the pattern may be a little confused, for all needles are drawn together, as if in a single line.
The narrow needle (Steil stitch) is a very narrow round-trip round-trip needle. In the sketch it may be a fine line, either straight or curved. Because the cutting edge after a narrow needle is stronger and stronger, it is often used to cover the edges. Sometimes it is scallop, and sometimes it works with a needle to reinforce the fan-shaped edge. It is the safest to use a narrow needle through the scissors, and it also protects the wider needle. The point line in the graph represents the return of the stitch, which is not normal under normal circumstances.
When the needle is slanted, the number of needles is less. It is often used in the flower stem and other designs.
The needle (Blatt stitch) is a wider narrow needle, and the width is often greater than the 1/8 ", and also called the satin stitch. It is often with a narrow needle, a wide leaf (leaf), a point or a pattern part of thick filling in an area, but only one in width. For these larger needles, the parts of the embroidery began to tighten and later became looser. Embroidered embroidery often has a certain color and luster, often used to decorate clothes or as ornaments.
Single needle (running stitch) single needle is an arbitrary form of needle method. It does not consider the direction, nor does it show the effect of the needle and the needle. Only the line is seen, the width is only the width of the line used. A stitch on a suit or shirt is a single needle. Any pattern design does not use only one kind of needle unless it is the kind of effect you want. A single needle can be used for shadow, background, or other effects. Because all the single needles are coherently drawn on the sketch. If the computer does not set the length of the single needle, it uses a small mark to indicate its step size. When it is embroidered with rough thread on light weight fabric or heavier fabric, the effect of using single needle is very good, and it can design light and smooth patterns.
The bottom needle (underlays) is a travel needle (travel) that can not be seen in the finished product. Some of the lines have been drawn to the edge of the pattern, or in the process of typing, in which each part of the pattern is connected to a whole. The bottom line also plays an important role in creating a stereoscopic effect.
When playing the lace, sometimes the needle is more than the needle above, depending on the network structure of the bottom line, the needle on the top can form the whole pattern.
A narrow needle is a flat needle without a bottom line. If the needle is not stitched at the beginning of the needle at the beginning of the needle, the narrow needle is embroidered again, and there is a gap. It can be used to form a thick thin ribbon lace, etc.. For example, a white, narrow needle form on a black fabric requires one or two single - needle bottom lines.
A needle can also be a needle. Adding one more layer on a bottom needle can make a person feel the change of the appearance of the embroidery. It can produce a beautiful stereoscopic effect when needles are embroidered on it.
In embroidering emblem, the needles must be made. They play the role of strengthening the edges, setting up the outline and "carving" on the bottom cloth. The bottom line can also fix the embroidery pattern on the fabric, because when there is tension on the fabric, the texture of the fabric may deform the pattern. The bottom line is in the pattern, and the top of the cover stitch is embroidered on the bottom of the bottom line so that this can be avoided.
The number of needles required in the pattern does not need to be displayed in the sketch. The number next to the needle indicates how many times the plate is used by the printer. For example, 3x indicates 3 weeks or 3 rows of bottom needles. When needles are embroidered, the number of needles needed to form floral patterns may be 12 on the sides or patterns. This implies that the total number of circles (movements) is satisfactory.
The French point (French dot) can be used to form a French point with at least 5 single needles. It is to place 5 lines, one intersection place (crisscross) on another line, to form embroidery with a certain thickness, and its shape looks like a raised point. The more the number of needles, the more convex the point. In order to create "loft" effect, the small French point and a slightly larger point are often superimposed on the embroidered lace. These points are usually odd numbered pins so that the starting point can fall on the same point. Use a French point effect on medium weight fabrics and lace.
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The bean needle (bean stitch) needle is used to move back and forth in the direction of arbitrary selection with one needle, and the last needle returns directly to its starting point through its own top. The more the number of needles, the stronger the sense of stereoscopic. In the design, they are often linked together to form various patterns to create various embroidery effects.
The cross needle (cross stitch) is a regular pea needle movement, a few rows of X shaped or a few rows.