- Brazilian embroidery is beautiful and stylish
- How is Brazilian embroidery used?
- Necessary conditions for Brazilian embroidery
- Schemes for Brazilian embroidery
- Brazilian embroidery - a combination of many techniques
- Master class of embroidery "Flower"
Needlewomen are constantly learning new methods of work. For example, Brazilian three-dimensional embroidery - what a delightful beauty it is! And the hands of craftswomen who love to do needlework are asking themselves to start creating beauty.
Brazilian embroidery is beautiful and stylish
The canvases, on which, as if alive, luxurious flowers bloom or outlandish butterflies open their amazing wings, are simply mesmerizing. And all because this needlework is Brazilian embroidery!
The works made in this technique are very different from all the others. Firstly, this is a volumetric embroidery. Brazilian embroidery conveys real images in a very naturalistic way. These are mainly flowers, butterflies or bright birds, the underwater world.
Brazilian embroidery, the technique of which combines embroidery and weaving, does not allow full copying of works. Each product is exclusive.
How is Brazilian embroidery used?
It can be used to decorate clothes in an unusual way. It looks great both on children's clothes and on the attire of adult ladies.
Often Brazilian embroidery decorateshome interior. In this technique, you can perfectly embroider a sofa cushion and bedspread, curtains, tablecloths and napkins for vases.
And some masters even manage to make paintings on the walls. The most real works of art come out from under their hands!
Necessary conditions for Brazilian embroidery
The materials that craftsmen use in their work play a very important role. Threads must take those that are made of rayon. In addition, they must be twisted counterclockwise.
It is believed that the quality of the threads used in embroidery is the most important in the work. And therefore, many craftswomen note the fact that it is almost impossible to find Brazilian silk in Russia. Therefore, it is impossible to create real Brazilian embroidery. However, the majority still believes that the main thing is the very way of working on a masterpiece. And the material can be selected with a minimum difference from the underlying one. That is, real Brazilian silk can be completely replaced with analogues that are produced in Russia.
Some embroiderers even use thin yarn for work, sometimes thick threads intended for sewing. And it happens that even ribbons are often used for embroidery. This can be considered another feature of Brazilian embroidery.
Given that the embroidery loops are made with large stitches with knots wrapped around them, they can easily break through the base fabric. Therefore, you need to take a fairly dense matter.
Embroidery needles are needed quitelong. After all, it is on them that the craftswoman winds knots and loops. The minimum needle length is about 5 centimeters.
Schemes for Brazilian embroidery
An embroiderer, no matter how high-class master of her craft she may be, will not be able to work “on a clean slate”. Be sure to first develop a sketch of future embroidery. Then a scheme is created from it.
Then the craftswoman transfers the drawing to the fabric. And now she gets to work. A few hours of painstaking work, and luxurious Brazilian embroidery appears on the embroidery frame of the needlewoman.
Schemes for her can be drawn independently if the craftswoman has the talent of an artist. But it's easier to take ready-made options.
Brazilian embroidery - a combination of many techniques
This trend in needlework is interesting because it has absorbed Romanian breeds, rococo and tatting. This is done in order to make the embroidery voluminous, convex. The needle makes a stitch, exposing the tip of the fabric, on which the thread is wound in various ways. It is very important to make the turns in the direction opposite to the twist of the thread itself. Otherwise, the thread will unwind. This means that the loop will not turn out the way it should be.
Most often, Brazilian embroidery uses stalk, fringe, tambour and various type-setting seams, double-sided satin stitch, French knot, loops with attachment, coaching or lay-out thread, as well as some other specific techniques. It is from the combination of all of them andBrazilian embroidery is born.
Master class of embroidery "Flower"
- The outline of the pattern from the diagram is applied to the fabric.
- Turquoise thread stitches in a circle with a stalk stitch.
- Eight heart loops for petals should be done using the rococo technique with a soft pink thread. To do this, the fabric is pierced from the inside with a needle. The thread is displayed on the front side of the product. Then a wide stitch is made “back with a needle”, inserting it into the other end of the loop attachment, and removing it from the point of the initial puncture. The eye of the needle should linger before piercing the fabric, the tip should come up at the place where the thread comes out. With this end you need to start wrapping the needle. When a sufficient number of turns have been made, the needle is carefully pulled through the helix, holding it with the fingers to prevent it from untwisting. Then the point of the needle is inserted into the exit point of the thread and brought to the wrong side of the work.
- After the base for the petals is ready, you need to lay the thread under the lines of the base of the petals closer to the center to further lift the flower at the core.
- The petals themselves are made with a red thread. They are formed with a type-setting seam. Otherwise, it is also called weaving with a needle. The execution of this stitch begins in the same way as the stitches in the Rococo technique - with a back stitch. Only the thread is now not just wound in a spiral onto the end of the needle, but the finished loop is transferred, having previously made it on the index finger. To do this, first throw a thread on its back side. Then the finger is bent, pulling the thread andwrapping it around her finger. A loop is made around the finger, as the craftswoman first brings it under the thread that is now in work, and then under the one that comes out of the fabric. Now again you need to tighten the thread, bring the loop with your finger to the tip of the needle, then put a loop on it, tighten it and move it closer to the point where the needle exits from the fabric. The rest of the loops are cast on in the same way, there should be 11 in total. Holding the loops cast on the needle with your hand, you should carefully thread the thread through them with the needle.
- The rest of the flower petals are made in the same way.
By using and combining the techniques described here, you can create many beautiful Brazilian-style embroideries.