There are three types of embroidery, each of which is best suited for a particular application. Free-motion uses standard sewing machine, which operates in small zigzag movements. This kind of device can be pleasant or annoying, depending on why you need to embroider. If you work for a company that requires the creation of entirely unique models for each day, such as special warehouse storage, where the backpacks do terms such as names or dates of birth, you can use the machine to embroidery free because you don’t necessarily need perfection just as much as freedom. Manufacturers of garment and Luggage love embroidery because it takes longer than screen printing. Model for free movement may, however, limit myself, because as a rule, has only one needle, which means that every time you need a new color, you need more time to read.
In the commercial world of the machine, equipped with connection technology that functions digitizing is very popular, because they allow free movement, but also has memory that can be stored in templates to automatically create them. Embroidery machine with digitizing functions are quite versatile, because if you have to use both unique and repetitive projects every day (for example, someone’s name plus a picture of the sunflower), you can use the manual function is for writing the name, and automatic function for pumping is uniform sunflower.
Modern machine embroidery is fully automated. Can connect with computer or laptop, and allows you to access virtually unlimited designs and models. Computer embroidery machine capable of performing the most complicated projects and can create designs with multiple heads and threads. Your favorite clothing brand, on the complex patterns on the pockets of jeans, probably using one of them, because he has a lot of needles. Because of this, they can work on a few colors at a time and work very quickly.
History of embroidery
A typical embroidery machine today can have a smaller number of speakers table or a small aquarium, and, of course, can fit on the kitchen table. However, first invented the machine hafciarska took today as much room that most apartment in the city.
The Creator of this Behemoth device was Josue Heilmann , and his invention was able to perform manual labor for approximately four people. The device consists of a frame, which has survived tension, syndrome needle and a handle for maneuvering the needle. To use it, hafciarz have to use both hands to control the writer and the needle, and foot to control the clamps holding the needle. If this sounds like the image, ranging from the great Greek legend, such as Odysseus, it’s because he looks just like the one he enjoyed Penelope. Surprisingly, people did not enjoy the invention Heilmanna with open arms. The company was worried that his car might deprive too many hand embroiderers, and he managed to sell only two products.
After the start of the industrial revolution, people were no longer afraid of mechanisms that could do the job for people – at least, feared them less, but a few have been invented by the inventors of the later, smaller and faster version of embroiderers. In 1911 came the first model wielogłowicowy company Singer Sewing Company , however, during the war, was detained by the use of embroidery for any purpose that is not helped national subjects, so that their sales fell. In 50-ies there was a rise of machines, appliances, and in 80-e years there was the first computerized version .
Contemporary artists embroidery
In a time when everything old is new, when it seems that the growing interest of clothing and articles of vintage, vintage and resale, should not be surprising that a few contemporary artists wyrobiło brand “old” craft. embroidery.
Inge Jacobsen has won wide acclaim, as has been famous photos for consumers , such as the cover of Vogue or advertising clothing brand, and reproduces them using embroidery, often changing slightly the original portion, to cause a value and stressing the underlying feelings. American Express ordered the artist to do it with three classic maps.
Another exciting artist is Kirsty Whitlock, which combines materials from processing traditional hand embroidery to convey the idea of social responsibility. Through his art draws attention, and lightly criticizes the culture in which we live. One famous part is professional reading the Ticker wyhaftowany Financial Times, made of old wire and other materials, scattering on his knees.
Izziyana Suhaimi focuses on our current culture of immediate gratification and what could be better medium to use than the slow and tedious craft of embroidery. Often combines images of modern and traditional cultures, to show their relationship, and usually, it turns out impressively impeccable seam on inducing thought patterns.