Embroidery As an Art, Hobby and Profession for Many

The arts of hand are the most difficult ones to master over, as there are lots of intricacies about which the performer or the practitioner has to worry about. There are direct consequences of a flawless hand, and severe consequences are attracted by a person in case there are some missing observations on his end. The person has to be quite precise in his approach, if he tends to create an artwork which is so unique, magnificent and exquisite. There are several fields into which handwork arts are included, be it calligraphy, embroidery, handicrafts or any other production industry.

The Niche of Embroidery


The skills of hands are either to be inculcated or to be learnt with undergoing a sort of training procedure to excel in the work. Or the beginners, an embroidery book, and basic equipments like colorful threads, needle, marking tool, embroidery floss and thimble can be used.

1. There can be measures to improve the quality of the work for people in the niche, by allowing them to repetitively produce goods of importance, for the ultimate end is to achieve perfection in the same.

2. Coming to the fact that production firms have got outsourcing business firms helping their own cause of success, the embroiders happen to be easily produced and transported goods of use.

3. There are several stages of production, which are huge on scale, as the market demand is quite high, and consequently, each of the stage is outsourced to some other production firm which excels in the particular aspect of work.

Considering the tough task of undertaking embroidery works, the following steps may give an idea about the production process of embroidery works:

1. The Large Looms

Looms initiate the process for embroider work, as there has to be something through which the textile over which needle work has to be done can be brought to the scene.

2. Stitching the Way for Design

To enable work process to progress, a design has to be thought of, which of course is decided by the management desk of the particular firm after analyzing the market trends, preferences and tastes with respect to SWOT analysis done on demand patterns. Back stiches, French stitches, split stitches, French knots, stem stitches, and Satin stitches are some very common ways to stitch the cloth.

3. Threads and Floss to Decorate


Embroidery threads, which are cheap and best in quality, need to be used in coordination of floss to engross the entire beauty which is desired to be embroidered.

4. Adding Colors and Designs

Color is used to stain the cloth into desirable patterns, again which are pre-instructed to be used. There are simple embroidery designs that are done on garments, shoes, bags and other forms of accessories like cloth bangles and cloth scarves. Depending on the type of base material for the stitching, different color of threads can be used which can lead to better colorful patterns.

5. Storage in Large Bundles

Third party or another unit of the firm may ensure storage of textile in large bundles in warehouses, which are ready to be sold and marketed all across the market. There can be different types of stitches that are used in large bundles, storage and in knitting patterns. These include running stitch, back stitch, satin and split stitch to name a few.

In addition to this, transportation, a tertiary activity, ensures the marketing objectives of the embroidery firm are fulfilled with ease by enabling channels of distribution to be active. After all, the high-quality decoration technology and efficient production technology always results into betterment of work for the firms that want to serve to the demand of the customers and receive good remarks in return.

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