Feasibility Study Of Embroidery

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Before starting the Embroidery work, Knowledge of embroidery tools and materials is a must. One should know how to select a proper fabric, threads, needles, scissors, frames,etc. required for embroidery work. 1. Fabric Selection For embroidery, fabric should be such that it can hold taut in an embroidery hoop, maintaining the structure of the stitches even after removing the hoop. To avoid fabric that might pucker, warp, or distort stitches the right fabric that highlights or compliments stitches should be chosen. These are the fabrics which are commonly used for hand Embroidery. Linen Linen is a textile made from the fibers of the flax plant. Linen is laborious to manufacture, but the fiber is very absorbent and garments made of linen…show more content…
The simple reason for preferring crepe is that while the brands provide the style quotient, the fabrics define class. Silk, original leather, fur etc. are the vintage fabrics and crepe, blended silk, linen are among some contemporary fabrics that are being preferred by the fashion world. Among the contemporary fabrics crepe is well-liked by customers and designers. Crepe has a creased or grain surface which has small folds or ridges and can be made from several different materials. It can also be embroidered, embellished and woven with different designs to create a more ethnic, traditional look for the garment. The varieties of crepe include crepe de chine, wool crepe, Moroccan crepe, plisse crepe and crepe georgette. This fabric is a good choice for party wear dresses. Satin Silk While all designs can be embroidered onto satin, but different designs affect the fabric drapability so the designs should be chosen wisely. Satin fabric is smooth, luxurious and delicate, yet surprisingly sturdy and resilient. It is also a little slippery, but is good for evening wear, bridal wear and party collection. A delicate, lightweight satin can support the stitches of a solid, realistic design, when the satin is supported by cutaway stabilizer. These results are perfect, the fabric is not puckering, and the stitches look nice and…show more content…
A standard embroidery hoop will damage velvet’s delicate surface so do not hoop it! Instead, hoop cut-away stabilizer and spray the cut-away with temporary adhesive. Finger press the velvet to the sticky surface centering the design area in the hoop. Embroidery designs with complete filled areas work best on velvet. Running stitches and narrow satin columns will sink into the velvet’s pile. Keep in mind velvet is a delicate fabric with a luxurious drape so avoid heavy dense designs. Silk Silk is one of the popular fabrics for apparel because of its unique properties. Silk is most luxurious fabric, the most comfortable fabric, the most absorbent of fabrics (equal to wool), the best fabric for drape, the best fabric for color, capable of the greatest luster, having the finest "hand" etc. These are some of the factors which make the fabric more popular. The fabric is cool in summer and warm in winter. Silk fabric is Sexcellent for embroidering, especially in silk threads using satin stitch it has a rich, beautiful drape. Even though it is a thick fabric, it needs to be backed with something, 2. The Right

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