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July 05,2021

What is rope embroidered pillow?


Choose the rope stitch method to make the pattern on the pillowcase of the pillow. Use your hands to flexibly match the rope and the needle to make them form a thick twisted line. This pattern is like a rope. This embroidering method gives the pillowcase a more high-quality hand feel, and it feels prominent to the touch.

 

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What other methods are there for pillowcases?

 

Except for the rope embroidered, there are many other methods to be applied in the pillow.

 

1. Flat embroidery

Embroidery thread starts from one side of the pattern outline and pulls straight to the other side of the outline to drop the needle. Set the singular number of stitches and the even number of stitches to drop. Flat embroidery can be divided into vertical flat, horizontal flat, and oblique flat, all of which require leveling, uniformity, practice, and smoothness. Flat means that the embroidery surface should be flat, not uneven; flat means that the needle drop point is flush with the outline, that is, the stitches should be even; Even means the embroidery thread is dense and uniform, without overlapping, not crossing, and not showing the bottom cloth; smooth is the direction of the pointer Follow the trend.

 

2. Cushion embroidery

Before embroidering horizontal and flat embroidery, first embroider a few stitches with a vertical needle cushion, and then embroider with horizontal and flat needles. Press the embroidered vertical cushion needle under the flat embroidery to form a raised effect. The vertical number can be determined according to the needs of convexity. Can also be used for cotton silk, foam sponge pad in it.

 

3. Needle piercing

Also known as Le needle, first embroider with straight needles, and then use horizontal needles to embroider on the straight needles, dedicated to embroidering bird feet. If you want to have bird footprints on the pillowcase, then this embroidery method is very suitable.

 

4. Stitching needle

Use short straight needles to embroider the patterns in batches from the outside to the inside, and the color of each batch can be changed according to the needs of the pattern, and the color can be shaded.

 

5. Pin and needle

Also called reference needle, that is, long and short needles, which can be staggered. The back needle is embroidered in the middle of the front needle, and the embroidery is radiated from the inside to the outside, and the embroidery is collected at the edge. The long and short needles can be used to change the color of the thread. 

 

6. Gold

First use gold thread to lay the pattern on the silk cotton pattern, and then use embroidery thread to nail the dividing line. It is mostly used to embroider scales, feathers and so on.

 

7. Pan gold

Embroider gold thread on the outline of the pattern with gold thread, and fix it with short needles, and the stitches of the nails are evenly spaced. You can also use thick thread to nail embroidery thread, and there are also coiling and tacking tapes, all of which belong to the same needle method.


8. Flat gold

Use gold thread to circle and flat according to the pattern, and fix it with short needles. The stitch length should be even, and the front and rear rows should be staggered to form a decorative effect. Pinning thread generally uses a thin thread of the same color that does not show up, but also embroidered thread in a strongly contrasting color.

 

9. Needle application

The application of hair needles. When embroidering bird hair, add feather stitches on the base of the embroidery, and apply embroidery layer by layer to express the texture of feathers.

 

10. Needle-laying

First, use a straight needle to embroider the pattern as a substrate, and then use the needle to embroider the image, such as embroidering leaf, flower, and geometric shapes.

 

11. Set needle

It is a flat needle embroidery method, which can be used for color inlay and color connection. The characteristic is that the stitches are all inlaid, and they are divided into single sets, double sets, and sets.

 

12. Spreading needles

The stitches are distributed in a radial shape, like a handful.

 

13. Spinning needles

Arranged radially in line and in the direction of threading.

 

14. Rolling needles

Namely, paper needles, stick needles, buckle needles, biting needles, pulling needles, and willow needles. It is a needle method that expresses the thread. The needles are not exposed, and the needles are interlocked. The back needle is about 1/ At 3 places, the needle eye is hidden under the thread into a twist shape.


15. Needle-cutting

Cutting needles, but also called back needles and puncturing needles. The needle after use falls within the starting point of the previous needle.

 

16. Standard needle

Also known as standard stem. First embroider with stitches, and then thread the stitches clockwise to tighten each stitch, the effect is like a rolling needle.

 

17. Quilting needle

Also known as arch needle. Pick up and drop forward to embroider, with stitches on the embroidered face and even stitch pitch. The acrylic cotton is clamped in the middle, and the quilting needle is slightly tightened, which has a concave-convex effect.

 

18. Lock embroidery

It is also called piercing, arranging, arranging, arranging, buckling, drawing, trocar, and chain stitch. It is the oldest stitching method. It can be divided into open lock embroidery, closed lock embroidery, double sets of lock embroidery, braid embroidery, etc.

 

19. Overlock embroidery

Also known as lock stitch, lock, and buckle. It is a commonly used buttonhole stitch. This stitch is one of the main stitches for carving and has a wide range of uses.

 

20. Hitting

Also called hitting, pimple. Drop the needle on the embroidery ground with one circle at the center of the circle, or three circles with the needle, and drop the needle next to the original needle to form a loop. This needle method can be used for flower stamens or independently for flowers and other patterns.

 

21. Bud flower

Similar to the method of punching needles, place a few more turns on the needle, and drop the needle at a certain distance from the original needle position to form a sprout. Three or five sprouts can be used to form a sprout.

 

22. Flower picking

also called cross stitch, frame flower, picking Luo, cross strand, and pulling edge. Make a cross pick according to the horizontal and vertical cloth silk. The base fabric for cross-patterning should choose plain weave, clear warp and weft, and countable cloth silk for picking, and it can also be used for printing dot positioning and picking.

 

23. Applique

It is also called patch embroidery and patch silk. The predecessor of applique is called pile silk. Cut into flower pieces according to the flower shape (note that the backlash is 0.5 cm longer than that of the flower shape), reverse the flower and paste it so that the edges of the patch are flush and there is no burr. Then paste it on the bottom of the cloth according to the flower shape (generally one or two layers, up to three layers, the stacking should not be too thick), and stitches can be patched. Use fiber needles for fiber repair, lock needles for lock repair, and le needles for lean repair. The locking effect is better, and the level of tightening is high. The stitch length and needle length of the lock needle must be consistent (usually lock 5 to 8 stitches per centimeter). Applique is also divided into flat patch, pad patch and engraving patch. Engraving patch has a transparent effect, and it can be used on edges to become engraved edges.

 

24. Embroidery

Also known as seaming and engraving, it has a transparent effect. It is divided into Yin carving and Yang carving: carving from the sky into flowers is the Yin carving, and carving the flowers at the bottom is the Yang carving. First quilt a thick line along the edge of the pattern, and lock the pattern like a buttonhole. The carved hollow can be connected (by-side supplement, that is, float on the bottom of the cloth and repeat the three threads, and lock the three threads together), so that the carved hollow can be combined and shaped, and do not cut the connection when carving the cloth. When cutting and embroidering, pay attention to the carving space and the flower shape to be transparent and clear.

 

25. Snagging

Refers to the kind of embroidery in which a certain amount of warp or weft has been removed, and then knitted with needle embroidery. Take out the straight line of the warp (or weft), and then do stitches such as buckle and lock, which is called stick wire, or ladder. Draw a certain number of warp threads and a certain number of weft threads and then do needlework. It has different names depending on the needle method, such as zha eye (button hole), window, sail, square chrysanthemum silk, sweet-scented osmanthus silk, bowl silk... If the thread breaks, it must be locked with needlework to prevent the thread from falling off.

 

If you are interested in other embroidery methods other than cording embroidery, you can collect them. By the way, Ningbo Texline Import & Export Co., Ltd is one of the leading wholesale rope embroidered pillow manufacturers and suppliers in China, welcome to buy custom rope embroidered pillow and check the price with us.

 

 

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