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These 10 Terms Will Help You When Learning How to Embroider

Embroidery is a fun hobby that involves decorating fabric with a needle, thread, or yarn, although it can also include uncommon materials like pearls or feathers. Oftentimes, embroidery is used to create texture for a piece of clothing or other material.

If you’ve been thinking about taking up embroidery, you may want to be familiar with a few terms beforehand:

• Hoop – A circular ring, usually made of wood or plastic, made for keeping the fabric taut when embroidering.

• Backing – A material, either woven or non-woven, that is placed underneath the item being embroidered to provide support and stability.

• Topping – This will create a smoother surface so the stitches won’t sink into the fabric, ensuring the design is more crisply detailed.

• Satin stitch – A common embroidery stitch, formed by closely arranged zig-zag stitches and usually used for lettering and outlining.

• Fill stitch – Another common stitching pattern, mainly used to cover large areas of fabric.

• Run stitch – A stitching pattern used for outlining, underlay, and fine detail that is made when a single stitch is formed between two points.

• Digitize – Converting artwork into a series of commands that can be read by an embroidery machine’s computer. This ensures that the finished piece will be of the highest quality.

• Finishing – This happens once the embroidery is complete and includes cleaning any stains, removing the topping, cutting away of any excess backing, trimming loose threads, and steaming to remove wrinkles and/or hoop marks.

• Origin – The starting point of your embroidery design.

• Puckering – This happens when parts of your embroidery design wrinkle, which is caused by loose hooping or insufficient backing.

Once you become a pro at embroidering, you’ll be able to display your designs all around your Veranda apartment. Not yet a resident of our apartments in Mount Dora, Florida? Simply contact us today or stop by our leasing office to take a tour of our beautiful community. Our apartments feature modern GE appliances, nine-foot ceilings with crown molding, and spacious walk-in closets.