This magnificent Cutwork machine embroidery design Cherries napkin from our Cutwork Designs for Embroidery Machines collection will be a great addition for a festive table, and a godsend for daily using. It is done in popular embroider cutwork technique, or as it also named Richelieu technique. It combines the simplicity and at the same time originality.
Richelieu’s technique has deep roots and a hundred-year history. It is believed that it was invented by the greatest cardinal Richelieu. There is also an opinion that he liked not only to surprise his guests with embroidered tablecloths and napkins from court handicraftswomen, but often he took a needle and embroider himself.
This technique is carried out according to a special technology and has its own sequence, which distinguishes cutwork from other techniques. The main elements in it are connected by thin breeds (narrow woven strips of threads, which create the impression of floating embroidery).
This technique was originally used only in hand embroidery. And it was characterized by considerable labor intensity and a high time duration. We are one of those who make embroidery in the style of Richelieu on embroidery machines. It is also a process consisting of correctly performed sequential actions. A few of our advice, the correct stabilization and Cutwork machine embroidery design Cherries napkin will help to create a product of extraordinary beauty.
Cutwork machine embroidery design Cherries napkin
Formats: .dst, .jef, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .sew, .exp, .dat, .vp3, xxx
For embroidery of this design you need:
— Suitable fabric. We recommend embroidering this design on cotton or linen.
— Dense water-soluble stabilizer
— Thin needle
— Embroidery pattern
At the first stage of embroidery, the fabric should be applied to the water-soluble stabilizer. Then, put it in the embroidery frame with the stabilizer. Check if you tightened the screw so that the fabric does not slip.
At the beginning the machine marks those places where it will be necessary to cut out the fabric. Then you need to cut out the necessary places for these markers. At this stage, it is important to make the slots accurate and not to damage the stabilizer. All embroiderers use thin scissors, but we also recommend taking Double Curved Embroidery Scissors for Cutwork. You can buy them at specialized craft shops or on Internet sites.
*** Cut the fabric near sewn cut lines, but not too close, otherwise the fabric may crumble. So, if you decide to embroider this design on linen fabric, choose a fabric with a dense texture of weave. When embroidering such a design on a loose, or as it said, light flax, you can face the shedding of tissue along the sewn cut lines.
** At the stage of making the slots, back off from sewn cut lines marking about 1.5 mm.
At the second stage, the design is embroidered to the end. Then you should wash, dry and iron the fabric, and embroidery in the fashionable Cutwork technique is ready.
Find other Cutwork Designs for Embroidery Machines in our catalog.
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Author: Ludmila Konovalova
My name is Lyudmila Konovalova, and I lead Royal Present Embroidery. Embroidery for me is more than a profession; it is a legacy of my Ukrainian and Bulgarian heritage, where every woman in my family was a virtuoso in cross-stitch and smooth stitching. This art, passed down through generations, is part of my soul and a symbol of national pride.