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Embroidery
May 13, 2018

Embroidery is a general term for various decorative patterns in which needlework is embroidered on fabrics. Embroidery is divided into thread embroidery and feather embroidery. It is the use of needles to puncture the silk or other fibers and yarns in a certain pattern and color on the embroidered material, and embroider the traces to form a decorative fabric. It is an art of adding human design and fabrication to any existing fabric with needles and threads. Embroidery is one of the traditional folk crafts in China. It has a history of at least 2-3 years in China. Chinese embroidery mainly includes Suzhou embroidery, Xiang embroidery, Qiang embroidery and Yue embroidery. Embroidery techniques include: wrong needle embroidery, messy needle embroidery, net embroidery, cotton embroidery, silk lock, nano silk, Na Jin, flat gold, film gold, gold, cloth, suede, yarn, sprinkling, Picking flowers, etc., the use of embroidery mainly includes life and artistic decoration, such as clothing, bedding, tablecloths, stage, artwork decoration

Embroidery, known as needle embroidery in ancient times, is a process of embroidering needles to introduce color lines, designing patterns to embroider and transport needles on textiles, and embroidering traces to form patterns. Because embroidery is mostly done by women, it is an important part of "female red." Embroidery is one of China's ancient handicraft techniques.    China'shand-embroidered craft has been around for more than 2,000 years. According to the "Book of Exposition," the chapter service system more than 4,000 years ago stipulated that "clothing and painting and skirt embroidery." Until the Zhou Dynasty, there was a record of "embroidered and co-education". The levels of embroidery in the Warring States Period and the Han Dynasty unearthed in Hubei and Hunan are high. The embroidery of the Tang and Song dynasties was fine and the colors were rich, and embroidery was used as paintings and ornaments. During the Ming and Qing dynasties, the feudal dynasty had a large scale of embroidering of the courts, and the folk embroidery had been further developed. It had successively produced Suzhou embroidery, Yue embroidery, Qiang embroidery, Xiang embroidery, and Qiang embroidery, known as Five Famous Embroidery