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Creating 3D Embroidery

Now you may consider that making this kind of 3D work is going to be complicated, as let’s say stump work is which is adding material under stitches that requires intricate placement, or you may fear some of the other techniques that have been utilized in this kind of dimensional embroidery digitizing. However, if you know how to embroider, then adding dimension with simple techniques will not present a problem for you.

Utilize dissimilar thread weights. When you utilize multiple thread weights it gives the embroidered piece dimension and strength that may not be accomplished having a pattern that utilizes entirely the identical thread weight. Employing heavier thread weight produces deeper embroidery in addition to provides shadows, but a lightweight thread creates a delicate and light pattern instead. When the two are combined with each other, dimension is immediately added without ever leaving that embroidery canvas.

By utilizing different colors of thread you’ll create shadows. Try using darker shades of thread color than you’re currently using for what’s represented in the light and then graduating these darker colors directly onto the embroidery to be able to produce the actual impact of natural shadows. Practice making natural looking shadows on a sample so that you understand the concept well. You may need to practice a bit, but eventually you will catch on and find it relatively easy to work with such shadowing.

Utilize textured threads. Silk threads, pearl threads and wool threads all bring forth different results when utilized in embroidery. You then can combine many different textures directly into your embroidery, which will then yield you a truly dimensional image. Use the light airy threads for things such as the delicate patterns of flowers, and the coarser textured threads for structures such as houses and assorted buildings.

Utilize different stitches: In addition to the above, using different stitches will also create unlike effects. You can then closely match the stitching style to the kind of image you desire to create for each portion of your piece, thus adding a tremendous amount of dimension as well as texture.

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