A method of embroidery used to sew down thick cord to create a design. General sewing term.
Technique, particularly used to apply metal threads, in which a thread is laid over fabric and attached to it by the process of oversewing.
Sewing a decorative cord, thread, or yarn to the surface of the Fabric by zigzagging over the cord with machine or overcasting by hand.
A series of tiny stitches is used to hold 1 or more threads in position.
Used in needlework, when a fine thread is used on a fabric. Individual stitches are barely visible, while several can be used to form a detailed design.
A main thread or threads create the design on the ground fabric, held down using small stitches. The main method of applying gold thread.