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STILETTO
EMBROIDERY HOOP
THIMBLE
PINCUSHION
EMBROIDERY
– IS THE ART OF DECORATING
FABRIC AND/OR MATERIALS WITH
DESIGNS STITCHED WITH THREAD
USING A NEEDLE.
MATERIALS AND
TOOLS IN
EMBROIDERY
EMBROIDERY NEEDLES
A. Crewel or Embroidery needle
-Has a sharp point
and large eye that
is used for crewel
work *
CHENILLE NEEDLE
this is similar to crewel
needle but with a thicker
shaft. The chenille needle
is good for heavy threads
and coarse grounds. *
TAPESTRY NEEDLE
This is a thick shafted,
large-eyed needle
with a round pointed
end.*
CREWEL WORK TAPESTRY WORK
BEADING NEEDLE

A fine long needle


with a tiny eye used
for sewing small
beads.
EMBROIDERY SCISSORS
Used for trimming
scallops, clipping
threads, and cutting
large eyelets.
EMBROIDERY THREADS
These are available in
various types. They
differ in terms texture.
Fiber content, number
of strands and color.*
STILETTO

Usually made of wood,


bone or metal. It is
used to make eyelets.
EMBROIDERY HOOP
Holds fabric for stitching.
THIMBLE
This protects the finger from pricking
while sewing.
PINCUSHION
This is for corral pins and needles.
EMBROIDERY MARKER
Used for drawing designs on fabric.
EMBROIDERY TRANSFER PENCIL
This is used for hot iron transfer
designs.
NEEDLE THREADER
This makes threading easier.
MASKING TAPE
Use to bind edges of fabric to prevent
raveling.
DRESSMAKER’S CARBON PAPER
This is used to transfer designs to
fabric.
EMBROIDERY FABRIC

Evenly woven fabric


wherein the number of
threads per square inch
is same for both.
DIFFERENT EMBROIDERY
STITCHES
RUNNING STITCH
Considered to be the easiest stitch for
outlining.
CHAIN STITCH
It is a method of embroidering by which
the stitches resemble a chain.*
BACK STITCH
Most often used to outline a design
STEM STITCH
A sort of back stitch worked from left to
right. It is used for flower stem and lines.
HOLBEIN STITCH
It is often used to outline back work
embroidery.
FEATHER STITCH
Stitch with a loop and stitches evenly
worked on both left and right sides of a
design area.
SATIN STITCH
A solid filling that is used to cover design
are with long, straight stitches works very
close together.
FRENCH KNOT
Used for the centers of flowers such as
the daisy or wild rose and sometimes for
the anthers.
DESIGNING FOR EMBROIDERY

Design- an orderly arrangement of


lines, shapes and colors. *
PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
BALANCE
PROPORTION
EMPHASIS
RHYTHYM
HARMONY
BALANCE
Equal distribution of weight from
central point of area.
BALANCE
Formal balance – when the designs of
both sides of the article are exactly
the same.
Informal balance – when the design
on both sides are not exactly alike but
the distances are equal
PROPORTION
This refers to pleasing relationship of
one part to another part. The size,
shapes, and the spaces between parts
of the design should fit the whole
design.
EMPHASIS
The principle which rules that there
should be center of interest.
RHYTHM
This refers to the pleasing send of
organized movement that gives
continuity to a design.
HARMONY OF UNITY
This means the design looks complete
. There is pleasant relationship
between parts.
ELEMENTS OF DESIGN
Line- a mark used to denote directions
or contours.
Shape- a two dimensional object are
having height and width.
Form- a three dimensional object having
height, depth, and width.
Space- a surface are that has height,
width and the illusion of depth.
Texture- the look or feel of the surface
quality.
PROPERTIES OF COLORS
Hue- this is the name of the color.
Value- refers to the intensity of the
light present.
Intensity- this refers to the brightness
or dullness of a color.
TRANSFERRING DESIGNS
Ironing- the design is transferred by
laying on the fabric and passing over a
hot flatiron on the transfer sheet.
Tracing- simplest method of transferring
designs. Use a light colored carbon paper
face down on the cloth and lay the
design on top. With a pencil and a steady
hand, transfer the design to the fabric.
ASSIGNMENT

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