THE MOST UNCONVENTIONAL WAYS TO LEARN WOVEN STITCH EMBROIDERY

THE MOST UNCONVENTIONAL WAYS TO LEARN WOVEN STITCH EMBROIDERY
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Woven stitch embroidery is basically the first style which comes to mind when you  think of the word ‘weaving’. It’s a style of embroidery which involves sewing parallel in horizontal and vertical layers to finish the design. It is one of the most used embroidery methods as fillers.

WOVEN STITCH EMBROIDERY REQUIRED TOOLS AND MATERIALS

  • An embroidery hoop
  • Sewing needles of different sizes (as per need)
  • Pencil 
  • Small scissors 
  • Small pieces of cotton fabric
  • Normal cotton thread
  • Ruler 
WOVEN STITCH EMBROIDERY

Here we got you the easiest guide to get started with the simple embroidery with woven stitch.

  1. Firstly this is the easiest step of all ( actually the entire method is the simplest). Just sew a few vertical straight stitches on the fabric, with two endpoints (not running straight stitches). You can continue with a single embroidery floss and make the entire parallel stitches. 
  1. Secondly next, lay the stitch horizontally across the vertical stitches in an up down, alternate manner. Thirdly at the end put the needle into the fabric and bring it up from a little distance and continue the same process.

The spaces between each parallel sewing is up to you and your choice of design and requirement. Hope you have fun with it!

Woven embroidery stitches are not only easy to create but are also fun to stitch due to the number of possible creative variations. Indeed from stitch type, thread color and loop size there are many ways to embellish your stitches by Woven embroidery. You can use a variety of colors and designs to come up with your brown creative design. Also you can find other articles in the Afday Blog. The articles explore various stitches and stitch combinations with step-by-step photos. They’re fun ways to play around with embroidery stitches – and after all, embroidery is supposed to be fun!

And also the weaving need not be perpendicular always!

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