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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

All About Applique Designs

All About Applique Designs#

All About Applique DesignsIn the context of sewing, applique refers to a needlework technique in which pieces of fabric, embroidery, or other materials are sewn onto another piece of fabric to create designs, patterns or pictures (Ref. Wiki).

Make Your Cloths Fancy With an Embroidery Applique Technique
Embroidery applique is an art that can be practiced by individuals with lots of determination, patience and practice. It requires hours of sitting down and making the idea come to live with needles, thread, cloth and string. With the design made on the clothing the final result is really gratifying to see and Embroidery applique makes the normal garment look beautiful. One cannot imagine that the once an ordinary garment now after the finished design of Embroidery applique looks extraordinary, rich and beautiful.

To create an Embroidery Applique one need to know different stitches which can help attach the cloth to the garment to create and image or pattern. The most used stitches for the embroidery Applique are often taught in the first year to the Embroidery students. These stitches are made to practice to the students of crafts one by one until it is engraved in the memory and it has become their second nature. These help the embroiderer to use the stitches when designing a pattern of Embroidery applique on the cloth and from their knowledge base create wonderful patterns. (Ref; http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Gurg_Sumit_Kumar)

To try yourself, get the free pattern from this Applique link and click each picture. Right now i am in process of learning the applique. Will show my own work in this blog soon ;).

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