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What is Red work Embroidery Designs

Started by sew123, August 22, 2013, 01:19:28 pm

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August 22, 2013, 01:19:28 pm #1 Last Edit: November 01, 2013, 11:37:36 am by EmbroideryShristi
Red work Embroidery Designs are fun way in making various embroidery project.It can be used for making pillows,table runner,embroidery card designs etc.

What is Red work Embroidery Designs?
Red work embroidery designs is a designs which is being digitized by using a single red colour thread.This Techniques used a basic techniques of outlining a designs.In short, a outline embroidery designs in red colour are called a red work embroidery designs.Here is the example of red work embroidery designs at embroideryshristi.
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What types of Stitches are used for Redwork Embroidery?

Generally Stem stitches and outline stitches are used for digitizing red work embroidery designs.But besides this stitches one can also use the other stitches to digitized the red work embroidery designs.One can also use triple run stitches for red work designs.Genrally, Triple run stitches are set to 2mm for best result and stain stitches are used for filling the small areas of designs.For both Run and Triple Run stitches, set the stitch length to suit the digitized shape. Where the object has tight curves, select a shorter stitch length. To reduce the stitch count for flatter curves, increase the stitch length.

Following are the various Red work embroidery designs stitches:
Run
Triple Run
Backstitch
Stemstitch


Can i use different Colour instead of red colour?

Answer to your question is yes you can.You can use any colour with designs.It will just change the name of the designs as green work, blue work etc.For example


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sew123

August 22, 2013, 01:19:28 pm #1 Last Edit: November 01, 2013, 11:37:36 am by EmbroideryShristi

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