Creative craftsmanship returns slowly but surely to our lives. It does not matter what kind of manual work you mean exactly when the result is individual, unique and charming in the end.
In today's article, we again address the subject of "tapestry". This time, we would like to inspire you not only for the creative embroidery techniques using Gobelin embroidery images, but also to draw your attention to the practical implementation of an embroidered artwork.
More and more people are striving for an optimal organization of everyday life, so that they can have more free time, for which already great plans are forged. Ever wanted to learn to embroider and embellish clothes or home accessories? However, we are crazy about it and therefore offer inspiration and simple instructions on how to achieve your first embroidery picture.
Embroidery learn - the basics
Before we start learning how to embroider, we look at what materials are best for our purpose.
1) pencil and paper
The best helpers of all creative people also play an important role in learning to embroider. The motif you want to embroider is first drawn on paper.
2) fabric / solid fabric eg Aida
For a good reason, there are special fabrics that make embroidering easier. In each haberdashery or in the fabric department, you get next to expert advice everything you need to embroider.
3) thread / yarn
You can embroider with yarn as well as with fine thread. The means to an end depend on your actual idea.
4) embroidery needle
An embroidery needle is slightly sharper and larger than the conventional one. The better you are prepared for embroidery, the easier it will be for you to learn.
A framework is an advantage for anyone who works creatively. An embroidery hoop has the special function not only to determine the format, but also to give the fabric the right tension.
6) Template / idea
Last but not least, you should have an idea that you want to bring to the fabric. For those who want to concentrate on the technical first, we offer a link for downloading embroidery images and templates.
No matter how complicated a new challenge appears, it can be explained and taught through simple and logical technology. Let's take a look at the basic techniques of embroidery!
The oldest and best-known embroidery technique is undoubtedly the cross-stitch. Thanks to this technique, the embroidery images look complete and complete. Learn the most important from the attached video tutorial!
Backstitch / lockstitch
With the technique described, you can make an embroidery picture even more believable and meaningful.
Also an old embroidery technique that belongs to the line stitches. The technique is suitable both for filling entire motifs, as well as for the implementation of curved lines.
If you have pre-drawn or pre-embroidered your template, you can use this technique to embroider and fill in the spaces between the contours.