Our embroidery divisions have sophisticated Japanese and German machines using CAD/CAM designing, which enable mass scale execution of intricate embroidery in up to 9 colours with, Laser cut & Sequence, with latest technology. Embroidery is the art or handicraft of decorating fabric or other materials with needle and thread or yarn. In this way, it has been practiced for decades.
Much contemporary embroidery work is stitched with a computerized embroidery machine using patterns "digitized" with embroidery software. In machine embroidery, different types of "fills" add texture and design to the finished work. Machine embroidery is used to add logos and monograms to business shirts or jackets, gifts, and team apparel as well as to decorate household linens, draperies, and decorator fabrics that mimic the elaborate hand embroidery of the past. Many people are choosing embroidered logos placed on shirts and jackets to promote their company. Yes, embroidery has come a long way, both in style, technique and use. It also appears to maintain its intrigue as its popularity continues to grow with it.
Craft or art of decorating fabric with the help of thread and needle is known as embroidery. Nowadays, embroidery techniques are used for displaying custom artwork, names and logo designs of the organizations, clubs and other businesses. There are several types of machine-driven and Custom Embroidery methods such as counted thread embroidery, white work technique, candle wicking embroidery, shadow work embroidery and many more. Let’s discuss different types of embroidery techniques in brief.
COUNTED THREAD EMBROIDERY :
This technique of embroidery involves counting thread in fabric for every stitch. So, symmetrical stitches are generated. Cross stitch is one of the most common counted thread embroideries. Blockwork embroidery is also a popular technique.
OUTLINE EMBROIDERY :
In this embroidery technique, the design outline is generally worked with the different kinds of stitches such as chain stitch, back stitch, stem stitch and outline stitch. Basically, in this technique, the stitch is made by overlapping the backstitches and form a new pattern.
WHITE WORK EMBROIDERY :
Candlewicking embroidery is an alternative form of whitework embroidery technique. This embroidery generally uses an unbleached heavy cotton thread on the unbeached muslin. Candlewicking technique is considered as "traditional embroidery technique" because this technique uses an old method named the "colonial knot". These colonial knots are done on the design line.
CANDLE WICKING EMBROIDERY :
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PATCH WORK EMBROIDERY :
In this technique, the small pieces of fabric are usually assembled on another fabric base. They are generally arranged as per the aesthetics. Machine or hand stitches are used in this technique. Patchwork technique is used to make a greater effect and also you use any kind of stitch you like to decorate your design. This embroidery technique is mainly used to decorate quilts.
SHADOW WORK EMBROIDERY :
The shadow work embroidery involves herringbone stitch which is generally used on the semitransparent or transparent fabrics. So the shadow work can be visible on the face of the fabric in a beautiful manner. This embroidery technique is generally worked on a sheer or semi-sheer and lightweight fabric such as georgette, voile, lawn, organza, organdie, batiste, muslin and many more.
CROSS STITCH :
Cross stitch uses aida fabric, a stiff even-weave fabric with holes in it. It uses a series of cross stitches and sometimes back stitches and is worked on a grid or graph format. This type of embroidery is a type counted thread embroidery form, which is less free form than hand embroidery. Cross stitch pieces are more uniform looking because of the even-weave fabric, and the stitches completely even.