Basic Steps on Making an Embroidery
Embroidery can be one of the most interesting hobbies you can learn. There are many kinds of stitches you can learn so you can embroider. Some of these are satin stitches and blanket stitches. The materials you need to embroider are needle, scissors and thread for embroidery. The blanket stitch for embroidery is a stitch usually applied to created borders to cloths. This can be usually found in blankets for babies. The satin stitch for embroidering on the other hand is characterized by lines that have been paralleled. You will see no gaps between each line. It is very soft when you touch the finish it.
A. Blanket Stitch Embroidery
1. The first step on how to embroidery using blanket stitches is to put the thread inside the needle and then knotting it.
2. The second step on how to embroidery is starting the initial stitch. Put the needle and let it through the cloth from behind it going over it and then pull it.
3. The third step on how to embroidery using blanket stitches is completing the initial stitch. You should start from the left going to the right part by inserting your needle on top of a one fourth space of the cloth and going over it. Then bring it again to the cloth’s edge just under the point where you inserted it.
4. The fourth step on how to embroidery using blanket stitches is pulling the thread and making sure it goes across the back side of the cloth.
5. The fifth step on embroidering with a blanket stitch is pulling your needle out again and repeating the fourth step until you have finished your work.
B. Satin Stitch Embroidery
1. The first step on how to embroidery using satin stitches is to use one color for your thread. You should also use a padding to give a rise to your fabric.
2. The second step on how to embroidery using satin stitches is to use running stitches for many times in just one specific area.
3. The third step on embroidering with a satin stitch is bringing your needle to the edge of the outline you are making. For example if you are making a leaf; you should bring the needle to the other side, then make more running stitches until you finish up to the part where you started. Be sure that the lines are all parallel. There should also be no spaces seen. The lines that separate every strand should stand out.