Learn the basics for extravagant in looks, embroidery designs on fabrics of your choice. Yeah, whether you want to do embroidery on your dress materials, clutch bags, handbags, sarees or cushions, I have shared it all with you. Take a look!
How to: Hand embroidery Designs on Fabrics
Embroidery designs are one of the common form of art and craft work since ages. But the question is, have you ever been interested in learning it?
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I still remember, while I was in school, we used to have a class on Wednesday for crafts and girls were taught different crafts all related to sews and stitches and boys were taught to sew buttons LOL!
I really hated that stitching and sewing. Though I did my home work of such crafts as a burden… yet my art & crafts were always of A1 grade! Yeah, I was too good at it.
I hated that class because of long hours of tutorials…and look at me am going to share my years of experience with you all & by the time I end writing this post your hands will start craving to diy.
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Don’t worry, you won’t get bored reading each and every step of learning embroidery designs because I have something better to share. Yes, a video to make you learn how to do hand embroidery and make beautiful designs on your favorite fabrics.. Enjoy the video!
I guess, now you are all set to make beautiful patterns of embroidery designs. Uh….another problem. Where would you search for designs?
Hey, dear readers, you are at a right place. I have collected few sample of Indian embroidery designs for you all. It includes all the designs from the simple ones to a bit
messy complicated ones. Let’s begin with this simple and easy to make design.
An outline stitch, with cute little dear. It is the simplest design of all the different types of embroidery stitches that can be easily done by the beginners followed by colorful flowers. Here are the names of some of the stitches and their uses:
- Satin Stitch: For filling
- Back Stitch: Used for outlining a design
- Blanket Stitch: Used for edges
- Bosnian stitch: For zig-zag line
- Crossed Buttonhole Stitch: To make a decorative edge/border
- Cable Stitch: To make a curved or straight line
- Chain Stitch: For a looped or chair pattern stitch &
- Detached Chain Stitch: For making lazy daisy etc.
Satin stitches are perfect embroidery stitches which suites every kind of design and on all types of materials like embroidery on paper, on canvas, on sarees etc.
Here is beautiful example of a table mat with satin stitch.
Satin stitches are the most common type of designs used to fill up almost all the designs, be it a leaf or flowers. Decorating your home for a party, done with the table-top decoration….but what about a table runner? Let me help you out, take a look at this pretty black embroidered table runner. Like it? Then try making it.
Check out the tutorial here for his beautiful beaded work.