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Hand-made Embroidery

Hand-made Embroidery is a handicraft. Hand-made embroidery distinguish themselves by appearance, used basis as well as embroidery material and nature of the motif. Various sorting of stitches it is possible to create a line or an area, a linear embroidery and flat embroidery are created,, by layering stitches we can get a plastic embroidery, lace worked fabric of laceworked embroidery. By cutting out the fabric we create air embroidery or drawn-thread work Golden embroidery is made on more expensive materials such as satin, velvet, silk etc. by metallic threads (for example. dracoun) or their substitutes (the so called lean goods). Threads are placed only along the fabric surface and fastened by a thin silk thread in a metalling colour. The base material is usually reinforced by fine calico or linen. The embroidery is very often complemented by beads, spangle etc. but also by the technique called needle work, that thanks to shading of the embroidered motive resembles brush stroke. Lacework effect - lacework effect of pulled out warp or weft threads. Lacework is characterized by pulling out warp or weft threads and consequential reinforcement of individual clusters of threads by grid or square stitch and their binding, interlacing, quilting etc.

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