Needlework used to enrich textile fabrics, leather, etc.; also, the art of embroidering.
Diversified ornaments, especially by contrasted figures and colors; variegated decoration.
The technique in needlework of decorating fabric by stitching designs and figures of colored threads of fine material (such as silk) into another material (such as cotton, wool, leather, or paper). Also: the material produced by this technique.
Decorative stitching on fabric. Generally involves non-lettering designs, but can also include lettering and/or monograms. Evolved from hand embroidery, to simple one-head manual sewing machines, schiffli machines with hundreds of needles, to high-speed multi-head machines. Evidence of embroidery exists during the reign of Egyptian pharaohs, in the writings of Homer, from the Crusaders to the 20th century.
to stitch designs on cloth with a needle and thread.
to ornament, create or embellish with needlework.
a surface ornamentation made with a thread or set of threads sewn onto a fabric.
Noun: Decorative topstitching, often forming areas of fabric covered by thread to form images.
A method of stitching a design onto a fabric surface. This method is recommended for a high-quality finish.
Needle-work embellishments that decorate a fabric or textile.
An image is stitched into fabric using a computer controlled sewing machine.
decorative stitches (here used to decorate bedcovers and Crazy Quilts)
A delicate needlecraft, embroidery adds detail to table linen, bed linen, cushion covers and fine curtains. There are numerous different stitches that can be combined to decorate edges, provide motifs to corners and create centrepieces on table linen.
Fabric decorated with needlework. Also see - NEEDLEPOINT -- PETIT POINT
Fancy needlework or trimming consisting of colored yarn, embroidery floss, soft cotton, silk or metallic thread. Although hand embroidery is still a widely practiced craft, most commercially produced embroidered clothes are made by machine.
Decorative needlework on fabric applied by either hand or machine.
Threads sewn into a finished woven fabric with a needle, usually used to add decorative stitches.
Ornamental needlework done on the fabric itself.
elaboration of an interpretation by the use of decorative (sometimes fictitious) detail; "the mystery has been heightened by many embellishments in subsequent retellings"
Ornamentation on fabric with needlework.
Decorative sewing on fabric or other substrate that incorporates design elements, text or other recognition, commercial or promotional graphics; originally executed by hand, embroidery has evolved through various stages of technology to its current state of computer-driven, multi-head, multi-color embroidery machines.
module (artista & aurora) Device that attaches to sewing machine that enables high precision embroidery. The fabric is rigidly held in a frame which is moved very accurately under the needle by the module. The Aurora embroidery module requires a PC that is not supplied. (favourite) button (artista) A button located just above the needle which can be set or changed to perform any frequently used function of your choice.
Ornamented needlework in fiber or metal threads.
Ornamentated needlework in fibre or metal threads.
The application of designs of decorative trim by machine or hand sewing.
decorating fabric with stitches
Stitching threads onto a surface. Embroidery cost depends on the amount of stitch count required to imprint the logo.
Designs of decorative trim applied by machine or hand sewing.
Decoration of fabric using needlework.
Ornamental needlework or trimming using silk, cotton, metallic or other threads.
The art or process of forming decorative designs with hand or machine needlework.
An embellishment of a fabric or garment in which colored threads are sewn on to the fabric to create a design.
A design created on a garment using stitching with various types of thread.
A method of decorating a garment using needles and thread. The decoration can be simple text or an elaborate design or both.
Decorative stitching on fabric. Generally involves non-lettering designs but can also include lettering and/or monograms. Evidence of embroidery exists during the reign of Egyptian pharaohs, in the writings of Homer and from the Crusaders of the 12th century. Evolved from hand work to manual sewing machines and from hand-looms and schiffli machines with hundreds of needles to high-speed, computerized multihead machines.
An artwork imprint method where the design is stitched into fabric through the use of high-speed, computer-controlled sewing machines.
The term used for ornamenting a fabric with needlework using threads of one or several thicknesses. Embroidery is made either by hand, with a sewing machine or on an electronic, computer controlled machine. Unlike lace embroidery always requires a base or ground fabric. See needlework fabrics.
The sewing of thread in a small area with numerous stitches. If a high sheen is desired, either a filament rayon or tri-lobal polyester thread is recommended. A&E's brand name for its tri-lobal polyester embroidery thread is No. 40 Signature®. If a high sheen is not necessary, we have customers that are using Perma Core® and Perma Spun® threads for embroidery. Regardless of the embroidery thread used, the color fastness should be tested prior to full production runs. Polyester threads have better color fastness than cellulosic threads.
Decorative designs sewn into fabric by hand or machine.
The use of a variety of different needle-worked stitches to decorate fabrics.
A process of embellishment where a fabric or garment has coloured threads are sewn on to the fabric to create a design.
Art of creating and producing ornamental needlework consisting of designs worked on fabric with high luster threads either by hand or machine.
Decoration of a garment in which various colored threads are sewn on to the fabric to create a design.
A very fine cake decoration resembling needlework, created with a pastry bag and a special tip.
A design stitched onto a material through the use of high speed, computer controlled sewing machines. The design is reproduced with tightly-stitched thread. Embroidery is most commonly used on logo patches and directly on some wearables. Fine detail is difficult but not impossible to achieve.
An embellishment or ornamental designs on a garment made when colored threads are sewn onto the fabric. Embroidery can be done either by hand or machine.
The art of decorating a fabric with thread and needle. Its origin is a source of conjecture, but the form known today was developed in Italy during the 16th century. Handwork embroidery is little done today, and consequently most embroideries used in interior decoration antedate machine production.
The embellishment of fabric with decorative stitches made with yarn, thread or other flexible materials.
Stitching a design into fabric through the use of high-speed, computer-controlled sewing machines. Artwork must first be "digitized," which is the specialized process of converting two-dimensional artwork into stitches or thread. A particular format of art such as a jpeg, tif, eps, or bmp, cannot be converted into an embroidery tape. The digitizer must actually recreate the artwork using stitches. Then it programs the sewing machine to sew a specific design, in a specific color, with a specific type of stitch. This is the process known as digitizing.
Logo is digitized into a "tape". Machine reads tape to stitch logo onto surface of product. Usually includes up to 5 colors of threads in one logo. Pricing is based on stitch count. Embroidery cannot be PMS Matched.
Decorative designs made from needlework or machines.
This method is used on products made of fabric like polo shirts, caps, and bags. The process involves an embroidery machine stitching your logo onto the fabric product. The cost of embroidery depends on the percentage of coverage you require in a certain area. For example, a complex block of stitching would require more stitches and more coverage than a logo of only text. Embroidery is durable and looks great but does not offer PMS colour matching.
Embroidery is an ancient variety of decorative needlework in which designs and pictures are created by stitching strands of some material on to a layer of another material. See also: Machine embroidery. ;
decorative stitching applied to the surface of a fabric
A technique of sewing decorations on fabric with needle and thread.
A decorative pattern superimposed on an existing fabric by machine stitching or hand needlework.
Usually done by hand, a fancy style of needlework, using colored embroidery floss or yarn.
any working of needle and thread onto a woven cloth background. The background cloth can be cotton, linen, silk, or hemp. A myriad of stitches such as French knots, satin, buttonhole, or chain are applied to create the patterns.
Machine or hand-done fancy needlework using colored yarn, embroidery floss, metallic thread, cotton, and/or silk.
Digitizing artwork so the design can be stitched into the fabric. Embroidery cannot be PMS matched.
A decorative technique done on previously-woven cloth, in which a needle is used to carry a thread or yarn in and out of the cloth in order to produce a design.
decorating fabric using stitches.
A centuries-old art in which fabric is embellished using a needle and thread to create decorative designs.
A form of needlework which uses decorative threads to embellish a piece of cloth or other fiber object.
a thread or set of threads sewn onto a fabric for surface ornamentation. Embroidery may be done as piece work or one-of-a-kind embroidered cloths. Hand-guided machine embroidery is the method generally used for crewel embroidery. Machine embroidery for mass production is called Schiffli embroidery. Today there are many embroidered silks, polyblends available and some of the more elaborate designs include elaborate Beadwork and the introduction of Ribbons to the Embroidery pattern.
needlework decorative designs with raised thread/s, either by hand or machine
Embroidery is decorative needlework, usually done on loosely-woven fabric, in the form of a picture or pattern.
Embroidery is the art or handicraft of decorating fabric or other materials with designs stitched in strands of thread or yarn using a needle. Embroidery may also incorporate other materials such as metal strips, pearls, beads, quills, and sequins. Sewing machines can be used to create machine embroidery.