Applique work Embroidery
Applique work is a basic thread and needlework in which fabrics cut in different shapes and sizes are sewn together on a large base fabric to form a pattern or design. It is commonly used for decoration as patchwork, on garments. This technique is accomplished by hand embroidery or by machine.
3D embroidery is a technique similar to standard embroidery whereby your design is set up within a special file format called a DST file. We will use this file and the running sheet to tell our machines exactly how it should be embroidered to ensure a perfect finish.
chenille embroidery is also called towel embroidery. Senile embroidery, colloquially called “sugar”, is a kind of special loop or chain embroidery, made of yarn, not of ordinary embroidery threads – polyester or viscose. Thanks to the use of yarn instead of thread, this method of embroidery makes the pattern visually thicker and more convex.