What Are the Facts and Values of Embroidery Services

What Are the Facts and Values of Embroidery Services

Whether you are a keen learner of embroidery or own an embroidery house, you cannot prove yourself a professional if you don’t know the instincts about embroidery and its services. To learn and master more in embroidery services, DigitEMB provides you some of the Interesting Must-Know Facts & Values of Embroidery that you should be acquainted of.

  • Handmade embroidery is still making the use of some of the earliest stitch types including chain stitch, running stitch, cross stitch, satin stitch and buttonhole or blanket stitch.
  • Embroidery became a popular artwork as it was a mark of high social status in Muslim societies. Embroidery was very common on many of the garments and accessories such as handkerchiefs, flags, shoes, tunics, slippers, pouches, covers, sheaths, horse trappings, robes, calligraphy, uniforms, leather belts, apparel etc. at that time, many embroiderers used to embroider with silver and gold threads.
  • Although the origins of embroidery services are not known but early examples are gathered from ancient Egypt, Iron Age Northern Europe and Zhou Dynasty China.
  • A computerized embroidery machine with digitizing software is used for the creation of contemporary embroidery on apparel. To add design and texture to the final embroidery, various types of fills are used in machine embroidery services. In the modern era, machine digitized embroidery services are used to add business logos to jackets, shirts as well as for decorative purpose.
  • The earliest machine embroidery was done by using a combination of machine looms and teams of women embroidering the fabric by hand by the mid-1800s in England. It shows that the development of machine embroidery took place in stages.
  • A fossil of a hunter was found around 30,000 BC old that had many embroidered items with him.
  • In older times, embroidery services were done for religion as well apart of decorating and improving clothing and costumes.
  • The Bayeux Tapestry is probably the most famous piece of embroidery that is nearly 70 metres long and 50 centimetres tall and kept at the museum in Bretagne in northern France.
  • For more than 30,000 years, hand embroidery was done. Machine embroidery services evolved eventually in the 1800’s that are comprised of many steps and processes and are still continuing and becoming more advanced.
  • Outline, satin, lazy daisy, cross and French knot are famous as the five main types of hand embroidery that are done world-wide in almost all of the regions with different names.
  • Embroidery is all about the ornamental and decorative needle work that is done on number of fabrics with a wide variety of threads and thread-like materials including hair, cotton, silk, linen, silver, gold etc.
  • Apart from garment, fabric and apparel, embroidery services can also be done on many accessories such as cards, papers, baskets, lamps etc.
  • Many decorative articles can also be incorporated in any embroidery project such as beads, pearls, jewels, feathers, shells etc.

 

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