Анна (marmotte) wrote,

10 Hand Embroidery Stitches You Should Know

Очень полезный список десяти основных видов швов, которыми, по мнению Мэри Корбет, должна владеть каждая начинающая - и не только! - вышивальщица.

1. Шов вперед иголку
2. Шов назад иголку
3. Шов в раскол
4. Стебельчатый шов
5. Тамбурный шов
6. Шов маргаритка
7. Французские узелки
8. Петельный шов
9. Атласная гладь
10. Теневая гладь (короткий и длинный стежок)

В то время как русские названия швов могут различаться, суть остается неизменной. Если кому хочется освежить в памяти эти виды швов, прошу под кат.

10 Hand Embroidery Stitches to Know

1. Running Stitch – This is a very basic stitch. The beginner, regardless of age, can conquer it. Running stitch is the foundation of other stitching techniques and a good place to start.

2. Back Stitch – Another stitch that beginners at any age can learn easily, backstitch is also the foundation of many other embroidery stitches and an integral part of many embroidery techniques.

3. Split Stitch – Slightly more difficult than the previous stitches, split stitch can be used in myriad ways in embroidery, from shaded fillings to fine lines to padding under other stitches.

4. Stem Stitch – You shouldn’t be surprised that I’m including this one! It’s my favorite stitch, for both its beauty and its versatility. It creates neat lines, fine or heavy, and it can be used very effectively for fillings.

5. Chain Stitch – Another foundation stitch for many other stitches, the chain stitch can be used for lines and fillings, and it is an integral part of many embroidery techniques.

6. Detached Chain Stitch – It’s the ideal stitch for simple petals and leaves!

7. French Knot – It’s the ideal stitch for small, textured knots and dots. (The Colonial Knot makes a good substitution.)

8. Buttonhole Stitch – Another foundation stitch, the buttonhole stitch is employed in many different embroidery techniques. It’s useful for fillings, for decorative lines, for edging, and in many other applications.

9. Satin Stitch – The queen of solid filling stitches, satin stitch should be in every embroiderer’s repertoire.

10. Long & Short Stitch – While long & short stitch may seem like an advanced stitching technique, it really is a very forgiving stitch and quite easy in its basic form. It can be used to fill large and small spaces with solid color or with shades of color. It is most effectively used for needle painting. It’s one of those stitches that the beginner will never regret conquering.

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