Bilateral soft bar surface. Satin-like surface.

Bilateral soft bar surface

This kind of surface has no clear contour. A pattern is made rare or frequent stitches-strokes. Tight, frequent stitches create a more vivid pattern, rare stitches and pale.

Embroider bilateral soft bar surface can be a variety of threads: embroidery floss, wool, silk, lurex. Most embroiderers make a copy of the pattern on thin paper and fix it directly on the fabric. Then begin to sew directly on the paper. After finishing work remaining paper removed. It does not give the thin material to stretch and the fabric does not remain lines of the figure.

Satin-like surface

Satin is a soft surface with a clear outline. Do it with embroidery floss or silk threads. Satin-like surface, made of a thin thread, looks much better than work, embroidered with thick threads. A characteristic feature of the satin smooth surface is the location of the stitches: they lie close to each other, their ends are not in contact, and come one after the other. The fabric-based transfer drawing using tracing paper and carbon paper. The outline of his sheathe, seam "forward needle". Only then proceed to the implementation of bilateral surface. What needle are alternately injected into the fabric for the contour drawing, then the path, starting from stitch is made with the circuit pattern. After filling the contour start to embroider the middle of it. Each stitch starting in the middle of the neighboring stitch, stepping back a bit ago, under a thread stitch of the 1st row. The stitches of the 2nd row should be short, especially in the places of rounding. On the face of the work with satin stitch turns out shiny smooth pattern, and purl — a little stitches.

Any embroidery, simple and complex, creating a rhythmic repetition, and grouping of different types of stitches.

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