Done with the needle: is a succession of loops from which the needle emerges inside each loop.
Done with the tambour (Luneville) hook is much faster.
A technique making it possible to create relief in Goldwork and other beautiful embroidery artworks. This was made in early times with horsehair, wool, linen thread, card. Today we use felt and bundles of cotton string.
Padding is like a foundation that supports the metal threads. If is not done right, your work is not smooth and even.
Gum arabic is used on back of the embroidery to make the work last longer. Dissolved in water can be used for a while.
Pose à l’anglaise
This is a technique that makes it possible to apply sequins side-by-side so that they cannot be lifted.
Pose en cassé
Technique for applying beads or sequins individually.
DIMENSIONAL HUMP APPLICATION
A technique where sequins are applied standing very close to an edge in tubes or beads.
ENCROACHING DRAWN STITCH
Point tiré remordu
Back and forth
The „point-tire“ is a variation of the chain stitch.
This stitch is a irregular stitch and is overlapping. Back and forth stitches, in various lengths, blend into each other.