Introduction to embroidery
Embroidery is a general term for various decorative patterns embroidered on a fabric by needles and threads. There are two types of embroidery: silk embroidery and feather embroidery. It is a decorative fabric in which silk threads or other fibers and yarns are pierced on the embroidery material with a certain pattern and color with a needle to form a pattern with embroidery. It is an art that uses needles and threads to add human design and production to any existing fabric. Embroidery is one of the traditional Chinese folk handicrafts, with a history of at least two to three thousand years in China. There are four main categories of Chinese embroidery: Suzhou embroidery, Hunan embroidery, Shu embroidery, and Guangdong embroidery. Embroidery techniques include wrong stitch embroidery, random stitch embroidery, net embroidery, full-floor embroidery, lock silk, nasi, nasi, flat gold, shadow gold, pan gold, velvet laying, velvet scraping, yarn stamping, thread sprinkling, Flower picks, etc. The uses of embroidery mainly include life and art decoration, such as clothing, towels, bedding, table cloth, stage, and art decoration.
Introduction to knitting
The process of using knitting needles to form loops of various raw materials and yarns, and then connect them to form a knitted fabric. The knitted material is soft, has good wrinkle resistance and breathability, and has greater extensibility and elasticity, and is comfortable to wear. In addition to clothing and decoration, knitted products can also be used in fields such as industry and agriculture, as well as medical and health, and national defense. Knitting is divided into two types: manual knitting and machine knitting. Hand knitting uses bar needles, with a long history, exquisite skills, and flexible and changeable flower shapes. It has been widely spread and developed among the people.